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PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
$129,900.00
1965
SHELBY COBRA CSX 8000 STREET ROADSTER
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.
$32,900.00
1993
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
First formed in 1993, Ford launched the Specialty Vehicle Team as an in-house tuner to maximize the performance of a select handful of their models. Known as SVT, the group had four core pillars for their cars: Performance, Exclusivity, Substance and Value. One of the first production offerings turned out under SVT was the 1993 Mustang Cobra. As the last year for the popular Fox Body, SVT engineers went to work modifying all performance aspects. The fuel-injected 5.0 Windsor V8 saw a power increase with GT40 high-flow heads, the drivetrain was strengthened with a modified BorgWarner T5 manual transmission and the suspension utilized specially designed components for better grip. With numerous other upgrades added, the result was one of the best-performing Mustangs in decades. Purchased new in Arizona by a Motorola executive for company use, this low-mileage example has been under the care of the same owner since it was delivered. It wears most of its original Vibrant Red factory clear coat paint and retains the original cloth interior. There were only a handful of options available from the factory, and this car is equipped with several – including the preferred equipment group, front license-plate bracket, 4-way power driver’s seat and rear-window defroster. Additionally, the dealer installed window tint, remote lock/unlock with alarm and a trunk-mounted CD changer before delivery was taken. Since new, this Cobra has covered just under 31,000 miles and has always been in Arizona. It comes with detailed maintenance and service records, as well as the original Window Sticker and a sales brochure. As the popularity of Fox Body Mustangs continues to rise among collectors, the top-of-the-line 1993 SVT Cobra will likely outshine them all.
$96,900.00
1969
FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 428 SCJ
By 1969 Ford was raising the ante on performance, offering bigger and more powerful engines than ever. Performance was a big focus, with Ford wanting to dominate all motorsports, from stock car racing to the drag strip. As a result, one of the most legendary Ford engines was created, the 428 Super Cobra Jet. Using similar top-end components as the standard Cobra Jet, the SCJ, as it is known, used a strengthened crank shaft and connecting rods balanced specifically for racing. Though the official horsepower rating was the same as the standard 482 Cobra Jet at 335, the difference was obvious behind the wheel. The SCJ made its way into only a handful of models across the Ford lineup, but most notable was the Mustang Mach I. If being a factory equipped 1969 Mustang Mach I 428 Super Cobra Jet wasn’t special enough, this particular example was produced in part of a 50-car run by Ford to help promote the NHRA’s acceptance of the engine in Stock and Super Stock drag-racing classes. What made these 50 cars so different is that they were all built as no-frills drag-strip warriors, optioned with only what they needed to go fast. That is what caught the attention of Barrett-Jackson Showroom Manager Jeff Catlin when he came across the car as a damaged, stripped-out shell in need of saving. With a combination of equipment like drum brakes, Drag Pack rear axle and close-ratio 4-speed transmission, it was clear this Mustang was purpose-built. Being such a unique example, a no-expense-spared restoration was started by Catlin – who has personally owned and restored countless class Mustangs – to bring this Mustang back to its original glory. A mix of NOS and top-quality reproduction body panels were used to replace the damaged metal before the body was repainted in the original shade of Gulf Stream Aqua. A date-code-correct 428 SCJ engine was sourced and rebuilt by Keith Craft using a correct carburetor, distributor, intake and exhaust manifolds. As a nearly complete roller, the car was handed off to John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations to finish the final assembly and ensure every detail was correct. Now complete, this Mustang has affectionately earned the nickname “Cinderella,” transforming from a forgotten shell of its former self to the Belle of the Ball.
$48,900.00
1967
FORD MUSTANG GT S-CODE
After producing and selling over one million Mustangs since its introduction in 1964, Ford gave the model a refresh heading into 1967. The car was slightly longer and wider, and stylistic changes included concaved taillights, side scoops and chrome trim. New engine options were also introduced, and for the first time a big-block option was offered. The high-performance version of the 289 was dropped in favor of a larger 390 sourced from the Thunderbird and rated at 335 horsepower. Various changes were made to the interior and trim levels, but the ever-popular GT equipment group remained, which included grille-mounted fog lamps, power front disc brakes, handling package, dual exhaust and rocker panel stripes. This 1967 Mustang has spent most of its life tucked away in a garage in Florida, where it has been preserved in original condition. Equipped from the factory as a GT with the 390 S-code engine and 4-speed transmission, this Mustang retains all of its original drivetrain and components. The body is 100% original metal and still sports the original Lime Gold paint sprayed on it from the factory. The Ivy Gold interior is completely original as well, from the carpet to the headliner, and is optioned with an electric clock and AM radio. It was sold new at JD Ball Ford in Miami, FL, where the first owner of the car was a high-level corporate executive that needed to be in contact with his company at all times. To facilitate this, a CB radio was installed, and though the radio is no longer in the car, the antenna remains. It was sold to the second owner several years later, but after constantly worry over dings, dents or something worse ruining a perfect car, he parked it in the garage. It would remain there until mid-2018, when it was discovered by Jeff Catlin of the Barrett-Jackson Showroom. Upon obtaining the car, Catlin had it sent to Jason Billups of Billups Restorations in Oklahoma to get it roadworthy again, with instructions to preserve the originality. The braking and fuel systems were overhauled using NOS and reconditioned original parts. All the fluids, belts and hoses were changed as well to allow the car to be drivable. The tires were also replaced with reproduction bias-ply tires that are correct for what would have originally come on the car. With a mere 45,785 miles on the odometer, it is documented by the original Window Sticker, Build Sheet and owner’s manual. Most barn find cars were parked because something went wrong, but this 1967 Mustang GT S-code is the exception to the rule: it was parked for being too nice. As a low-mile, never-restored, completely original car, this '67 Mustang GT drives just like it when it was new.
$44,900.00
1968
CHEVROLET K10 PICKUP
In the world of classic Chevy trucks, the second-generation C/K series from 1967 to 1972 are among the most popular and desirable for both original and custom restorations. Using a simple alphanumeric system, trucks that started with a “C” denoted 2-wheel drive, while a “K” was used for 4-wheel drive. The corresponding number after was either a 10, 20 or 30 - corresponding to a rating of half-, 3/4- or one-ton. This particular truck is a K10 model, indicating it’s an original half-ton 4-wheel-drive model. It sits on a 115-inch wheelbase chassis with the shorter 6-1/2-foot stepside bed. It’s powered by a 327ci V8 engine and backed by a 4-speed manual transmission and 12-bolt rear end. It was the recipient of a frame-off restoration, at which time a mild lift and cowl-induction style hood were added. The truck is equipped with power brakes for improved drivability, and the factory front-locking hubs for the 4-wheel drive system. The stock bench seat was reupholstered, the carpet and dash pad were replaced, and both the doors and lower dash were painted red to match the exterior of the truck. The gauge cluster sports a new bezel along with a factory-style 3-spoke wood-grain steering wheel. On the outside, the truck was finished in a gloss red with black “SS” stripes on the cowl hood, and all the chrome and trim was polished, replated or replaced to cap off everything. The bed was refinished with wood planks and locking strips painted to match. As a well-sorted example of a classic Chevy 4x4, this K10 is ready to tackle anything on- or off-road.
$74,900.00
1965
BACKDRAFT COBRA RE-CREATION ROADSTER
As one of the most iconic cars ever built, the Shelby Cobra is one of the most desirable and popular cars in the world. However, with a limited number made and prices well into 6- and 7-figure range, original examples are unobtainable for the average enthusiast. That’s where the aftermarket world has stepped in, offering reproduction bodies and kits to build all kinds of variations, from cars identical to factory originals to Resto-Mods with modern technology and flare. As one of the top manufacturers of reproduction cars, Backdraft Racing has made a name for itself producing cars with a modern twist. They incorporate the latest technology to design and produce a car that combines the classic Cobra style with modern performance. Built in 2017, this Backdraft Cobra re-creation roadster is finished in a high metallic shade of black known as Black Magic and sports Ithaca Verde racing stripes. It was ordered from and built by Revolocity, a Backdraft Racing dealer in North Haven, CT. With just over 840 miles since completion, it’s powered by a fuel-injected 427ci crate engine, backed by a Tremec TKO-600 transmission with Centerforce dual-friction clutch. The interior features leather seats with green contrast stitching, 4-point harnesses and dual roll bars. Additionally, the carbon-fiber dash utilizes AutoMeter GT gauges, LED indicators and push-button start. To complete the interior, a Hurst short-throw shifter was added with a carbon-fiber shift ball, as well as a leather-wrapped quick-release steering wheel. The car was ordered with the blackout trim package, with the bumper guards, side pipes, roll bars and other trim pieces finished in matte black, as well as LED projector headlights with green Halo daytime running lights to match the green accents of the car. This car comes with the build book and receipts from Backdraft, all the manuals and instructions for the various parts used in the build as well as a car cover. As a far as Cobra Re-creations go, this one is turnkey and ready to drive **Titled as a 1965 Backdraft RT3**
$229,995.00
1934
FORD CUSTOM ROADSTER
Awarded annually at the Grand National Roadster Show, the title of America's Most Beautiful Roadster is one that only the best of the best can claim. It takes an elusive combination of vision, talent and dedication, combined with thousands of labor hours and an open checkbook to even be in the running for the award. Since 1950, the top hot rods in the world have made their way to California to compete for a shot at the 9-foot trophy and prestigious title. Making its debut in 2011, this all-steel 1934 Ford beat out the competition, taking home both. Built by Squeeg's Kustoms of Chandler, Arizona, an original steel 1934 Ford body and chassis were massaged and worked into a masterpiece featuring a custom-crafted wedge channel and steel inner structure as well as custom cowl lines, hood sides and top. A Dan Fink grille insert was added, along with hood hinges and functional side hood scoops. A Boyd Coddington-fabricated hidden headlight stand and windshield frame enhanced the sleek lines. Finishing the car off is a set of custom handmade taillights by Squeeg's, with everything draped in PPG Concept DCC black paint. Underneath, the car features a boxed frame with Kugel independent suspension components, as well as Aldan coilovers and Wilwood brakes. It utilizes a 4:11 limited-slip rear end and rides on Real Rodders wheels. Under the hood sits a Dart Aluminum 427ci Ford Windsor engine capped off with a Hilborn fuel-injection setup. The engine was assembled by Speed Sports of Gilbert, Arizona, and utilizes JE pistons with SCAT rods and crank. A set of custom headers and a stainless-steel exhaust were added, as well as a Ford Automatic Overdrive transmission to cap off the powertrain. The interior upholstery, done by Gabe Lopez of Gabe's Street Rod Custom Interiors, features a custom stitched leather seat with matching door panels and a wrapped Nardi Torino steering wheel. The dash utilizes a custom aluminum insert made by Squeeg's equipped with Auto Meter gauges. With an unmatched level of craftsmanship and style, this 1934 Ford truly embodies the title of "America's Most Beautiful Roadster."
$305,000.00
2018
FERRARI 488 GTB
-SOLD- As the follow-up to the successful 458, Ferrari introduced the 488 in 2016 as successor. When first unveiled, it made waves in the automotive world with the announcement that the engine displacement would be smaller than the outgoing 458 and utilize a twin-turbo setup, a first for a flagship-model Ferrari. The end result was a 3.9-liter V8 rated at 660 horsepower capable of revving to 8,000 rpm, making that trademark Ferrari exhaust note. Aerodynamics were heavily emphasized during the development, with an almost a 50% increase in downforce over the 458 with even aerodynamic drag. An aluminum monocoque chassis with carbon-fiber components helps minimize weight, allowing for a power-to-weight ratio matching Ferrari’s even more powerful F12 Berlinetta. Finished in the classic shade of Grigio Silverstone, this 2018 488 GTB has covered just over 200 miles since it was purchased new. It came equipped with a plethora of optional carbon-fiber components, including rear air ducts, side splitter and wheel center caps. It has 20” forged diamond wheels, backed by carbon-ceramic brakes with red calipers. Completing the exterior is a set of the iconic “Scuderia Shields” adorning the front fenders. The interior features Rosso Red leather-upholstered Daytona-style seats, dash and door panels, as well as black carpeting. The seats are fully electric and embellished with black stitching, as well as the iconic “Prancing Horse” logo embroidered into the headrests. It also has the optional carbon-fiber steering wheel with LED shift indicator and carbon-fiber center console bridge. It utilizes a state-of-the-art infotainment system complete with backup camera, as well as front and rear parking sensors. The Ferrari 488 GTB has been hailed as one of the very best mid-engined supercars currently on the market. As a blend of the latest technology for all-out performance, Italian style and craftsmanship from Maranello, the 488 GTB is in a class of its own.
PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
CURRENT INVENTORY
$129,900.00
1965
SHELBY COBRA CSX 8000 STREET ROADSTER
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.
$32,900.00
1993
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
First formed in 1993, Ford launched the Specialty Vehicle Team as an in-house tuner to maximize the performance of a select handful of their models. Known as SVT, the group had four core pillars for their cars: Performance, Exclusivity, Substance and Value. One of the first production offerings turned out under SVT was the 1993 Mustang Cobra. As the last year for the popular Fox Body, SVT engineers went to work modifying all performance aspects. The fuel-injected 5.0 Windsor V8 saw a power increase with GT40 high-flow heads, the drivetrain was strengthened with a modified BorgWarner T5 manual transmission and the suspension utilized specially designed components for better grip. With numerous other upgrades added, the result was one of the best-performing Mustangs in decades. Purchased new in Arizona by a Motorola executive for company use, this low-mileage example has been under the care of the same owner since it was delivered. It wears most of its original Vibrant Red factory clear coat paint and retains the original cloth interior. There were only a handful of options available from the factory, and this car is equipped with several – including the preferred equipment group, front license-plate bracket, 4-way power driver’s seat and rear-window defroster. Additionally, the dealer installed window tint, remote lock/unlock with alarm and a trunk-mounted CD changer before delivery was taken. Since new, this Cobra has covered just under 31,000 miles and has always been in Arizona. It comes with detailed maintenance and service records, as well as the original Window Sticker and a sales brochure. As the popularity of Fox Body Mustangs continues to rise among collectors, the top-of-the-line 1993 SVT Cobra will likely outshine them all.
$96,900.00
1969
FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 428 SCJ
By 1969 Ford was raising the ante on performance, offering bigger and more powerful engines than ever. Performance was a big focus, with Ford wanting to dominate all motorsports, from stock car racing to the drag strip. As a result, one of the most legendary Ford engines was created, the 428 Super Cobra Jet. Using similar top-end components as the standard Cobra Jet, the SCJ, as it is known, used a strengthened crank shaft and connecting rods balanced specifically for racing. Though the official horsepower rating was the same as the standard 482 Cobra Jet at 335, the difference was obvious behind the wheel. The SCJ made its way into only a handful of models across the Ford lineup, but most notable was the Mustang Mach I. If being a factory equipped 1969 Mustang Mach I 428 Super Cobra Jet wasn’t special enough, this particular example was produced in part of a 50-car run by Ford to help promote the NHRA’s acceptance of the engine in Stock and Super Stock drag-racing classes. What made these 50 cars so different is that they were all built as no-frills drag-strip warriors, optioned with only what they needed to go fast. That is what caught the attention of Barrett-Jackson Showroom Manager Jeff Catlin when he came across the car as a damaged, stripped-out shell in need of saving. With a combination of equipment like drum brakes, Drag Pack rear axle and close-ratio 4-speed transmission, it was clear this Mustang was purpose-built. Being such a unique example, a no-expense-spared restoration was started by Catlin – who has personally owned and restored countless class Mustangs – to bring this Mustang back to its original glory. A mix of NOS and top-quality reproduction body panels were used to replace the damaged metal before the body was repainted in the original shade of Gulf Stream Aqua. A date-code-correct 428 SCJ engine was sourced and rebuilt by Keith Craft using a correct carburetor, distributor, intake and exhaust manifolds. As a nearly complete roller, the car was handed off to John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations to finish the final assembly and ensure every detail was correct. Now complete, this Mustang has affectionately earned the nickname “Cinderella,” transforming from a forgotten shell of its former self to the Belle of the Ball.
$48,900.00
1967
FORD MUSTANG GT S-CODE
After producing and selling over one million Mustangs since its introduction in 1964, Ford gave the model a refresh heading into 1967. The car was slightly longer and wider, and stylistic changes included concaved taillights, side scoops and chrome trim. New engine options were also introduced, and for the first time a big-block option was offered. The high-performance version of the 289 was dropped in favor of a larger 390 sourced from the Thunderbird and rated at 335 horsepower. Various changes were made to the interior and trim levels, but the ever-popular GT equipment group remained, which included grille-mounted fog lamps, power front disc brakes, handling package, dual exhaust and rocker panel stripes. This 1967 Mustang has spent most of its life tucked away in a garage in Florida, where it has been preserved in original condition. Equipped from the factory as a GT with the 390 S-code engine and 4-speed transmission, this Mustang retains all of its original drivetrain and components. The body is 100% original metal and still sports the original Lime Gold paint sprayed on it from the factory. The Ivy Gold interior is completely original as well, from the carpet to the headliner, and is optioned with an electric clock and AM radio. It was sold new at JD Ball Ford in Miami, FL, where the first owner of the car was a high-level corporate executive that needed to be in contact with his company at all times. To facilitate this, a CB radio was installed, and though the radio is no longer in the car, the antenna remains. It was sold to the second owner several years later, but after constantly worry over dings, dents or something worse ruining a perfect car, he parked it in the garage. It would remain there until mid-2018, when it was discovered by Jeff Catlin of the Barrett-Jackson Showroom. Upon obtaining the car, Catlin had it sent to Jason Billups of Billups Restorations in Oklahoma to get it roadworthy again, with instructions to preserve the originality. The braking and fuel systems were overhauled using NOS and reconditioned original parts. All the fluids, belts and hoses were changed as well to allow the car to be drivable. The tires were also replaced with reproduction bias-ply tires that are correct for what would have originally come on the car. With a mere 45,785 miles on the odometer, it is documented by the original Window Sticker, Build Sheet and owner’s manual. Most barn find cars were parked because something went wrong, but this 1967 Mustang GT S-code is the exception to the rule: it was parked for being too nice. As a low-mile, never-restored, completely original car, this '67 Mustang GT drives just like it when it was new.
$44,900.00
1968
CHEVROLET K10 PICKUP
In the world of classic Chevy trucks, the second-generation C/K series from 1967 to 1972 are among the most popular and desirable for both original and custom restorations. Using a simple alphanumeric system, trucks that started with a “C” denoted 2-wheel drive, while a “K” was used for 4-wheel drive. The corresponding number after was either a 10, 20 or 30 - corresponding to a rating of half-, 3/4- or one-ton. This particular truck is a K10 model, indicating it’s an original half-ton 4-wheel-drive model. It sits on a 115-inch wheelbase chassis with the shorter 6-1/2-foot stepside bed. It’s powered by a 327ci V8 engine and backed by a 4-speed manual transmission and 12-bolt rear end. It was the recipient of a frame-off restoration, at which time a mild lift and cowl-induction style hood were added. The truck is equipped with power brakes for improved drivability, and the factory front-locking hubs for the 4-wheel drive system. The stock bench seat was reupholstered, the carpet and dash pad were replaced, and both the doors and lower dash were painted red to match the exterior of the truck. The gauge cluster sports a new bezel along with a factory-style 3-spoke wood-grain steering wheel. On the outside, the truck was finished in a gloss red with black “SS” stripes on the cowl hood, and all the chrome and trim was polished, replated or replaced to cap off everything. The bed was refinished with wood planks and locking strips painted to match. As a well-sorted example of a classic Chevy 4x4, this K10 is ready to tackle anything on- or off-road.
$74,900.00
1965
BACKDRAFT COBRA RE-CREATION ROADSTER
As one of the most iconic cars ever built, the Shelby Cobra is one of the most desirable and popular cars in the world. However, with a limited number made and prices well into 6- and 7-figure range, original examples are unobtainable for the average enthusiast. That’s where the aftermarket world has stepped in, offering reproduction bodies and kits to build all kinds of variations, from cars identical to factory originals to Resto-Mods with modern technology and flare. As one of the top manufacturers of reproduction cars, Backdraft Racing has made a name for itself producing cars with a modern twist. They incorporate the latest technology to design and produce a car that combines the classic Cobra style with modern performance. Built in 2017, this Backdraft Cobra re-creation roadster is finished in a high metallic shade of black known as Black Magic and sports Ithaca Verde racing stripes. It was ordered from and built by Revolocity, a Backdraft Racing dealer in North Haven, CT. With just over 840 miles since completion, it’s powered by a fuel-injected 427ci crate engine, backed by a Tremec TKO-600 transmission with Centerforce dual-friction clutch. The interior features leather seats with green contrast stitching, 4-point harnesses and dual roll bars. Additionally, the carbon-fiber dash utilizes AutoMeter GT gauges, LED indicators and push-button start. To complete the interior, a Hurst short-throw shifter was added with a carbon-fiber shift ball, as well as a leather-wrapped quick-release steering wheel. The car was ordered with the blackout trim package, with the bumper guards, side pipes, roll bars and other trim pieces finished in matte black, as well as LED projector headlights with green Halo daytime running lights to match the green accents of the car. This car comes with the build book and receipts from Backdraft, all the manuals and instructions for the various parts used in the build as well as a car cover. As a far as Cobra Re-creations go, this one is turnkey and ready to drive **Titled as a 1965 Backdraft RT3**
$229,995.00
1934
FORD CUSTOM ROADSTER
Awarded annually at the Grand National Roadster Show, the title of America's Most Beautiful Roadster is one that only the best of the best can claim. It takes an elusive combination of vision, talent and dedication, combined with thousands of labor hours and an open checkbook to even be in the running for the award. Since 1950, the top hot rods in the world have made their way to California to compete for a shot at the 9-foot trophy and prestigious title. Making its debut in 2011, this all-steel 1934 Ford beat out the competition, taking home both. Built by Squeeg's Kustoms of Chandler, Arizona, an original steel 1934 Ford body and chassis were massaged and worked into a masterpiece featuring a custom-crafted wedge channel and steel inner structure as well as custom cowl lines, hood sides and top. A Dan Fink grille insert was added, along with hood hinges and functional side hood scoops. A Boyd Coddington-fabricated hidden headlight stand and windshield frame enhanced the sleek lines. Finishing the car off is a set of custom handmade taillights by Squeeg's, with everything draped in PPG Concept DCC black paint. Underneath, the car features a boxed frame with Kugel independent suspension components, as well as Aldan coilovers and Wilwood brakes. It utilizes a 4:11 limited-slip rear end and rides on Real Rodders wheels. Under the hood sits a Dart Aluminum 427ci Ford Windsor engine capped off with a Hilborn fuel-injection setup. The engine was assembled by Speed Sports of Gilbert, Arizona, and utilizes JE pistons with SCAT rods and crank. A set of custom headers and a stainless-steel exhaust were added, as well as a Ford Automatic Overdrive transmission to cap off the powertrain. The interior upholstery, done by Gabe Lopez of Gabe's Street Rod Custom Interiors, features a custom stitched leather seat with matching door panels and a wrapped Nardi Torino steering wheel. The dash utilizes a custom aluminum insert made by Squeeg's equipped with Auto Meter gauges. With an unmatched level of craftsmanship and style, this 1934 Ford truly embodies the title of "America's Most Beautiful Roadster."
$305,000.00
2018
FERRARI 488 GTB
-SOLD- As the follow-up to the successful 458, Ferrari introduced the 488 in 2016 as successor. When first unveiled, it made waves in the automotive world with the announcement that the engine displacement would be smaller than the outgoing 458 and utilize a twin-turbo setup, a first for a flagship-model Ferrari. The end result was a 3.9-liter V8 rated at 660 horsepower capable of revving to 8,000 rpm, making that trademark Ferrari exhaust note. Aerodynamics were heavily emphasized during the development, with an almost a 50% increase in downforce over the 458 with even aerodynamic drag. An aluminum monocoque chassis with carbon-fiber components helps minimize weight, allowing for a power-to-weight ratio matching Ferrari’s even more powerful F12 Berlinetta. Finished in the classic shade of Grigio Silverstone, this 2018 488 GTB has covered just over 200 miles since it was purchased new. It came equipped with a plethora of optional carbon-fiber components, including rear air ducts, side splitter and wheel center caps. It has 20” forged diamond wheels, backed by carbon-ceramic brakes with red calipers. Completing the exterior is a set of the iconic “Scuderia Shields” adorning the front fenders. The interior features Rosso Red leather-upholstered Daytona-style seats, dash and door panels, as well as black carpeting. The seats are fully electric and embellished with black stitching, as well as the iconic “Prancing Horse” logo embroidered into the headrests. It also has the optional carbon-fiber steering wheel with LED shift indicator and carbon-fiber center console bridge. It utilizes a state-of-the-art infotainment system complete with backup camera, as well as front and rear parking sensors. The Ferrari 488 GTB has been hailed as one of the very best mid-engined supercars currently on the market. As a blend of the latest technology for all-out performance, Italian style and craftsmanship from Maranello, the 488 GTB is in a class of its own.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 3pm

480.306.8210
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Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9-3

480.306.8210
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 9-3

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