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PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
$48,000.00
1991
LAND ROVER DEFENDER 90
Leading a charmed life with a rich history and past, this 1991 Land Rover Defender 90 factory soft-top has a compelling story and is unbelievably rare – equating to desirability for the shrewd Defender collector. Documented with a British Museum Letter of Authenticity and conforming to all import paperwork and regulations (Customs Homeland Security Entry Summary), this rare Defender was built in the U.K. as a special order for Land Rover France. The vehicle’s remarkable and outstanding condition helps prove the gentle wanderings it enjoyed near the South of France for practically all its life. Sporting its 2.5-liter turbo diesel engine with a 5-speed manual transmission and matching-numbers drivetrain, it was built November 8, 1990, and spent most of its next 26 years in France. Presented in its correct Pembroke Gray exterior with a gray cloth interior, it has only 57,000 original miles. Imported in to Orange County, California, on November 16, 2016, this Defender is now titled and registered in Arizona. Having passed all the correct importation standards, all documentation will be transferred to the next owner. Freshening of the entire vehicle including paintwork and detailing has been completed in the past few years. The vehicle shows no signs of corrosion or leaks, and runs and drives very well. One of the few factory soft-top Defender 90s to exist in the United States, and carrying with it a storied past, this rare find awaits a new owner to begin the next chapter in its life.
$129,000.00
1963
FORD GALAXIE 500 LIGHTWEIGHT
Ford adopted “Total Performance” as its corporate mantra back as early as 1961, and dove into Indy, NASCAR and drag racing with full force. The company, with ambitious racing plans for 1963 that involved making the Galaxie even more competitive than it already was, announced a limited-production “special lightweight performance vehicle” to be offered to drag racers nationwide. Just 200 were built, all based on the production Galaxie with a more aerodynamic semi-fastback roofline, and all dressed in Corinthian White with red interiors. At the heart of the new Galaxie was Ford’s legendary 427ci V8 engine, equipped with an aluminum low-riser manifold sporting factory cast-iron high-performance headers and two Holley 4-barrel carburetors, and factory-rated at 425hp. Because of the engine’s immense 480 ft/lbs of torque, an aluminum safety bellhousing was installed in front of a Ford Toploader close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. Bringing the car to a halt were Police Interceptor brakes. But the Blue Oval knew that, to be more competitive, the car had to lose a lot of weight. To accomplish this, fiberglass was used for the hood, front fenders, decklid and inner fender liners. Aluminum front and rear bumpers and brackets, as well as a lightweight frame, were put into play. Many factory-standard items, inside and out, were jettisoned. The result was a vehicle some 425 pounds lighter than a fully equipped Ford Galaxie 500 XL hardtop. This example, with just over 400 miles on the odometer, is currently owned by the nephew of Ford Drag Racing legend Les Ritchey. Discovered in an Arizona collection of old drag cars, the current owner authenticated the Galaxie and then took it with him to California, where it was meticulously restored. Since its restoration, the car has been shown at a number of events in Southern California. It is unquestionably a rare example of Ford drag racing history.
$269,000.00
1964
FORD FAIRLANE THUNDERBOLT
This early Thunderbolt is one of the documented 100 produced and one of the few remaining examples of Ford’s all-out assault on drag racing in the 1960s. Ford delivered the Thunderbolt Fairlane 500s as K-code, high-performance 289ci, 4-speed cars. They arrived less the engine and transmission. By ordering the K-code engine, the car was shipped with larger brakes and the legendary Ford 9-inch differential. The chassis was reinforced and modified to accommodate a 427ci “high-riser” FE engine with two 4-barrel carburetors, the original steel hood and front quarter-panels were replaced with fiberglass, and a special “teardrop” hood was installed. Weight-saving measures included the elimination of many items; what remained inside the car was a single driver’s sun visor, windshield wiper and seat belt, as well as lightweight Bostrum Thinline racing seats. The Thunderbolts were also delivered with drag racing slicks as standard equipment. This particular example was delivered to Max Larson Ford in Coldwater, Michigan, on December 26, 1963, and resold on April 21, 1964, to Jack Mefford Ford in Springfield, Ohio, where it was campaigned throughout the Ohio Valley. Originally produced with an automatic transmission, this car was quickly converted to a Ford Toploader 4-speed manual. This common Thunderbolt conversion created a very competitive car in the Super Stock (S/S) classification. The current owner, whose late uncle was Ford drag racing legend Les Ritchey, purchased the car in 2015 from a collector’s estate; it had been stored in an Arizona warehouse for an estimated 30 years and the odometer indicated less than 400 miles. The vehicle then underwent a meticulous yearlong nut-and-bolt concours restoration to bring it back to “as campaigned” in the 1960s. After its restoration, the car was displayed at some major Concours d’Elegance events throughout California in 2017, garnering several Best in Class and First in Class awards, as well as the Historical Vehicle Association’s National Automotive Heritage Award at the Carmel-By-The-Sea Concours. This historically significant car comes with a Letter of Authentication from the Thunderbolt Owners Association, as well as a Ford dealer memorandum dated February 21, 1964.
$44,900.00
2011
CHEVROLET CAMARO INDY PACE CAR CONVERTIBLE
2011 was the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet, and to celebrate the automaker partnered with the Indianapolis 500 to offer 500 matching Indy pace car replicas so enthusiasts could purchase their own piece of history. The pace cars featured a Summit White exterior accented with orange stripes and door graphics. The interior is trimmed in orange leather, with front-seat headrests embossed with the Indy 500 logo, along with white door panels and instrument panel trim. The instrument panel trim also features extensions of the orange exterior stripes. The color combination is similar to the design used on the 1969 Camaro Indy pace car – replicas of which have become among the most popular Camaros in the collector world. With less than 600 miles on the odometer, this highly equipped 100th Anniversary pace car is caught somewhere between wanting to take on the banked oval and secreting itself away as a collector’s item. Powered by the 6.2-liter LS3 V8 (426hp) engine and backed by a 6-speed automatic with paddle shift on the steering wheel, the car begs for spirited top-down driving. Modern conveniences include remote vehicle start, heads-up display, limited slip differential/Stabilitrak with traction control, Brembo performance brakes, a Boston Acoustics Premium 8-speaker audio system with 10.5” subwoofer, satellite radio, tilt-telescopic steering wheel and the auxiliary gauge package tucked between the sport bucket seats in the console. Showing a clean, one-owner CARFAX out of New Mexico, this Camaro is virtually flawless and all but new, and would certainly fit perfectly into the second owner’s garage.
$49,900.00
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
The Ford Mustang Cobra is the quintessential muscle car. It stands out as one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The Cobra has always represented the next step from joyriding to the thrill of the race as you whip around corners with tight handling at blazing speeds. With different lines of Cobras over the years, it’s easy to think that the Mustang Cobra has always been with us. However, there were years when this king of the road skipped a new model or retired early to address concerns with overall Mustang production. As the Cobra has always been the pinnacle of performance, the SVT legacy with more powerful engines, handling upgrades and design cues, blossomed again for a fourth generation beginning in 1994. Production numbers show only 760 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra two-door coupes were ordered like this one, in black clear coat with a black leather interior. This example is one of the lowest-mileage Cobras in existence, showing just 105 actual miles on the odometer and literally still “in the wrapper.” This collectible and desirable high-performance Mustang Cobra has existed almost 25 years without the removal of all plastic protecting the interior from the dealer. Never dealer-prepped, it represents a stunning and remarkable time capsule, with all documents and property meticulously preserved just like the day it was delivered. The original MSRP, still on the passenger window, shows this Cobra came with the Preferred Equipment Package (speed control, rear window defroster, air conditioning and floor mats), keyless remote, upgraded Mach 460 AM/FM stereo cassette, compact disc player and leather surface sport bucket seats. A framed copy of dealer invoice and Window Sticker, manuals, books, copy of original purchase contract and title, and two binders summarizing all the provenance from new will all be given to the next owner.
$74,900.00
2014
FORD SHELBY MUSTANG GT350
Production of the Ford Shelby GT350 in 2014 – its final year – ended with just 87 built. “The model’s limited production has long been part of its appeal,” said John Luft, president of Shelby American, at the time. “When this car was unveiled, we promised that the modern version of the Shelby GT350 would be available for a limited run. This decision was made to preserve the Shelby American-built GT350’s collectability and value. We've been preparing for this day since Shelby American launched this in 2010.” Shelby’s customization of the GT350 varied, but began at $26,995 on top of the price of the car. Features of the souped-up Pony car included body add-ons, 19” aluminum alloy wheels, racing-style suspension, sport-tuned brakes and, for some, a supercharger, bumping the horsepower to over 600hp. Documented with a copy of the sales order from Shelby American, Inc., in Las Vegas, this GT350’s options totaled $46,752. At the heart of the modifications was a black 624 FR Whipple supercharger and included numerous other options, such as red brakes, FRPP suspension, matte black stripes and satin black wheels, upgraded cooling system, Billett Watts link, GT500 rear spoiler, body color block-offs, upper/lower control arms and premium floor mats (still in the plastic). The MSRP touched $98,224 for the car when it was completed and was offered by Ford Country in Henerson, NV. According to the clean, one-owner CARFAX, this Sterling Gray Metallic Shelby with a Recaro black leather interior was first registered in Texas and subsequently serviced there. With an odometer currently reading just under 400 miles from new, CSM143500032 is still “in the wrapper,” with some plastic still apparent in the car. A collectible car from its final year of production, this GT350 impresses with aggressive performance, exhilarating handling and exceptional craftsmanship.
$28,900.00
1994
FORD MUSTANG COBRA CONVERTIBLE
The top-of-the-line Mustang in 1994 was the Cobra, which featured more power, bigger tires, bigger brakes and a revised suspension that made it the ultimate factory Mustang. Powered by 5.0-liter V8, the Cobra was more powerful than the standard 5.0 and worked better at high RPM than the base engine, thanks to revised GT40 heads, a new intake manifold with revised runners, a different camshaft, roller rockers, a bigger throttle body, larger fuel injectors and revised engine calibration. And because of its near-revolutionary changes, the Cobra convertible was selected to pace the 1994 Indianapolis 500. Ford built 1,000 pace car replicas. By 1994, everyone knew Indy pace cars were pretty good places to park some money, and when it was a groundbreaking model like the new Mustang, many felt it was a good idea to pick one up as an investment. To find one used as a fair-weather toy and driven sparingly (just enough to keep it healthy) and not as a daily driver is rare indeed. All pace cars had deep-bucket tan leather seats with Indianapolis 500 logos embroidered into the seat backs as part of the pace car package, along with a 5-speed manual transmission. Number 781 of 1,000 built, this example is loaded with power windows, power locks, cruise control, air conditioning and a powerful stereo system. This car was kept in a heated and air-conditioned garage, and babied all its life. Seemingly one of the lowest-mileage original survivors available today, it comes fully documented with a clean CARFAX, extra keys (still in the wrapper), owner’s manual and only 11,064 miles on the odometer. Accompanying the sale is the boot for the convertible top, a bra for the front, a car cover, a poster and 1:25 scale model of the car, the original Window Sticker and a Certificate of Authenticity from SVT Special Events Team.
$89,500.00
1970
PLYMOUTH 'CUDA
In the glory days of Trans Am racing, great drivers like Sam Posey and Mark Donohue waged war on the racetracks of America in some of the best cars ever built. Ford’s Boss 302 and Chevrolet’s Camaro did regular battles that made for some of the sport’s greatest moments. Not to be left out was Plymouth, which not only fielded a great car in the form of the ’Cuda, but also won its fair share of races, too. In 1970 Plymouth released an all-new ’Cuda. Abandoning its small-car roots, the new E-body platform unveiled a car as exciting as anything else on wheels. With the potent 440ci optional engine under the hood, it upped the ante to create what has arguably become one of the ultimate muscle cars. Timeless styling, powerful engine, limited numbers, racing pedigree and street credibility that lasts to this day (so much so that even many non-car people recognize the name) have all combined to make the ’Cuda a blue-chip investment. This example was originally built at the Los Angeles, CA, assembly plant and retains its matching-numbers 440ci, 375hp engine. Sporting its factory-optioned air conditioning with front heater, it was rotisserie-restored and finished in the original Dark Burnt Orange Metallic color. During restoration, an engine rebuild, automatic transmission removal, inspection and resealing was completed. All chassis items were removed for restoration, and the undercarriage was stripped and repainted. It has new fuel and brake lines, headliner, new body and glass rubber seals. The interior has the high-back seats, console and dash – all in pristine condition. Upgrades include power brakes and three-speed wiper system. A binder showing photos of the restoration is included with the sale.
$129,900.00
1965
SHELBY COBRA CSX 8000 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.
PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
CURRENT INVENTORY
$48,000.00
1991
LAND ROVER DEFENDER 90
Leading a charmed life with a rich history and past, this 1991 Land Rover Defender 90 factory soft-top has a compelling story and is unbelievably rare – equating to desirability for the shrewd Defender collector. Documented with a British Museum Letter of Authenticity and conforming to all import paperwork and regulations (Customs Homeland Security Entry Summary), this rare Defender was built in the U.K. as a special order for Land Rover France. The vehicle’s remarkable and outstanding condition helps prove the gentle wanderings it enjoyed near the South of France for practically all its life. Sporting its 2.5-liter turbo diesel engine with a 5-speed manual transmission and matching-numbers drivetrain, it was built November 8, 1990, and spent most of its next 26 years in France. Presented in its correct Pembroke Gray exterior with a gray cloth interior, it has only 57,000 original miles. Imported in to Orange County, California, on November 16, 2016, this Defender is now titled and registered in Arizona. Having passed all the correct importation standards, all documentation will be transferred to the next owner. Freshening of the entire vehicle including paintwork and detailing has been completed in the past few years. The vehicle shows no signs of corrosion or leaks, and runs and drives very well. One of the few factory soft-top Defender 90s to exist in the United States, and carrying with it a storied past, this rare find awaits a new owner to begin the next chapter in its life.
$129,000.00
1963
FORD GALAXIE 500 LIGHTWEIGHT
Ford adopted “Total Performance” as its corporate mantra back as early as 1961, and dove into Indy, NASCAR and drag racing with full force. The company, with ambitious racing plans for 1963 that involved making the Galaxie even more competitive than it already was, announced a limited-production “special lightweight performance vehicle” to be offered to drag racers nationwide. Just 200 were built, all based on the production Galaxie with a more aerodynamic semi-fastback roofline, and all dressed in Corinthian White with red interiors. At the heart of the new Galaxie was Ford’s legendary 427ci V8 engine, equipped with an aluminum low-riser manifold sporting factory cast-iron high-performance headers and two Holley 4-barrel carburetors, and factory-rated at 425hp. Because of the engine’s immense 480 ft/lbs of torque, an aluminum safety bellhousing was installed in front of a Ford Toploader close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. Bringing the car to a halt were Police Interceptor brakes. But the Blue Oval knew that, to be more competitive, the car had to lose a lot of weight. To accomplish this, fiberglass was used for the hood, front fenders, decklid and inner fender liners. Aluminum front and rear bumpers and brackets, as well as a lightweight frame, were put into play. Many factory-standard items, inside and out, were jettisoned. The result was a vehicle some 425 pounds lighter than a fully equipped Ford Galaxie 500 XL hardtop. This example, with just over 400 miles on the odometer, is currently owned by the nephew of Ford Drag Racing legend Les Ritchey. Discovered in an Arizona collection of old drag cars, the current owner authenticated the Galaxie and then took it with him to California, where it was meticulously restored. Since its restoration, the car has been shown at a number of events in Southern California. It is unquestionably a rare example of Ford drag racing history.
$269,000.00
1964
FORD FAIRLANE THUNDERBOLT
This early Thunderbolt is one of the documented 100 produced and one of the few remaining examples of Ford’s all-out assault on drag racing in the 1960s. Ford delivered the Thunderbolt Fairlane 500s as K-code, high-performance 289ci, 4-speed cars. They arrived less the engine and transmission. By ordering the K-code engine, the car was shipped with larger brakes and the legendary Ford 9-inch differential. The chassis was reinforced and modified to accommodate a 427ci “high-riser” FE engine with two 4-barrel carburetors, the original steel hood and front quarter-panels were replaced with fiberglass, and a special “teardrop” hood was installed. Weight-saving measures included the elimination of many items; what remained inside the car was a single driver’s sun visor, windshield wiper and seat belt, as well as lightweight Bostrum Thinline racing seats. The Thunderbolts were also delivered with drag racing slicks as standard equipment. This particular example was delivered to Max Larson Ford in Coldwater, Michigan, on December 26, 1963, and resold on April 21, 1964, to Jack Mefford Ford in Springfield, Ohio, where it was campaigned throughout the Ohio Valley. Originally produced with an automatic transmission, this car was quickly converted to a Ford Toploader 4-speed manual. This common Thunderbolt conversion created a very competitive car in the Super Stock (S/S) classification. The current owner, whose late uncle was Ford drag racing legend Les Ritchey, purchased the car in 2015 from a collector’s estate; it had been stored in an Arizona warehouse for an estimated 30 years and the odometer indicated less than 400 miles. The vehicle then underwent a meticulous yearlong nut-and-bolt concours restoration to bring it back to “as campaigned” in the 1960s. After its restoration, the car was displayed at some major Concours d’Elegance events throughout California in 2017, garnering several Best in Class and First in Class awards, as well as the Historical Vehicle Association’s National Automotive Heritage Award at the Carmel-By-The-Sea Concours. This historically significant car comes with a Letter of Authentication from the Thunderbolt Owners Association, as well as a Ford dealer memorandum dated February 21, 1964.
$44,900.00
2011
CHEVROLET CAMARO INDY PACE CAR CONVERTIBLE
2011 was the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet, and to celebrate the automaker partnered with the Indianapolis 500 to offer 500 matching Indy pace car replicas so enthusiasts could purchase their own piece of history. The pace cars featured a Summit White exterior accented with orange stripes and door graphics. The interior is trimmed in orange leather, with front-seat headrests embossed with the Indy 500 logo, along with white door panels and instrument panel trim. The instrument panel trim also features extensions of the orange exterior stripes. The color combination is similar to the design used on the 1969 Camaro Indy pace car – replicas of which have become among the most popular Camaros in the collector world. With less than 600 miles on the odometer, this highly equipped 100th Anniversary pace car is caught somewhere between wanting to take on the banked oval and secreting itself away as a collector’s item. Powered by the 6.2-liter LS3 V8 (426hp) engine and backed by a 6-speed automatic with paddle shift on the steering wheel, the car begs for spirited top-down driving. Modern conveniences include remote vehicle start, heads-up display, limited slip differential/Stabilitrak with traction control, Brembo performance brakes, a Boston Acoustics Premium 8-speaker audio system with 10.5” subwoofer, satellite radio, tilt-telescopic steering wheel and the auxiliary gauge package tucked between the sport bucket seats in the console. Showing a clean, one-owner CARFAX out of New Mexico, this Camaro is virtually flawless and all but new, and would certainly fit perfectly into the second owner’s garage.
$49,900.00
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
The Ford Mustang Cobra is the quintessential muscle car. It stands out as one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The Cobra has always represented the next step from joyriding to the thrill of the race as you whip around corners with tight handling at blazing speeds. With different lines of Cobras over the years, it’s easy to think that the Mustang Cobra has always been with us. However, there were years when this king of the road skipped a new model or retired early to address concerns with overall Mustang production. As the Cobra has always been the pinnacle of performance, the SVT legacy with more powerful engines, handling upgrades and design cues, blossomed again for a fourth generation beginning in 1994. Production numbers show only 760 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra two-door coupes were ordered like this one, in black clear coat with a black leather interior. This example is one of the lowest-mileage Cobras in existence, showing just 105 actual miles on the odometer and literally still “in the wrapper.” This collectible and desirable high-performance Mustang Cobra has existed almost 25 years without the removal of all plastic protecting the interior from the dealer. Never dealer-prepped, it represents a stunning and remarkable time capsule, with all documents and property meticulously preserved just like the day it was delivered. The original MSRP, still on the passenger window, shows this Cobra came with the Preferred Equipment Package (speed control, rear window defroster, air conditioning and floor mats), keyless remote, upgraded Mach 460 AM/FM stereo cassette, compact disc player and leather surface sport bucket seats. A framed copy of dealer invoice and Window Sticker, manuals, books, copy of original purchase contract and title, and two binders summarizing all the provenance from new will all be given to the next owner.
$74,900.00
2014
FORD SHELBY MUSTANG GT350
Production of the Ford Shelby GT350 in 2014 – its final year – ended with just 87 built. “The model’s limited production has long been part of its appeal,” said John Luft, president of Shelby American, at the time. “When this car was unveiled, we promised that the modern version of the Shelby GT350 would be available for a limited run. This decision was made to preserve the Shelby American-built GT350’s collectability and value. We've been preparing for this day since Shelby American launched this in 2010.” Shelby’s customization of the GT350 varied, but began at $26,995 on top of the price of the car. Features of the souped-up Pony car included body add-ons, 19” aluminum alloy wheels, racing-style suspension, sport-tuned brakes and, for some, a supercharger, bumping the horsepower to over 600hp. Documented with a copy of the sales order from Shelby American, Inc., in Las Vegas, this GT350’s options totaled $46,752. At the heart of the modifications was a black 624 FR Whipple supercharger and included numerous other options, such as red brakes, FRPP suspension, matte black stripes and satin black wheels, upgraded cooling system, Billett Watts link, GT500 rear spoiler, body color block-offs, upper/lower control arms and premium floor mats (still in the plastic). The MSRP touched $98,224 for the car when it was completed and was offered by Ford Country in Henerson, NV. According to the clean, one-owner CARFAX, this Sterling Gray Metallic Shelby with a Recaro black leather interior was first registered in Texas and subsequently serviced there. With an odometer currently reading just under 400 miles from new, CSM143500032 is still “in the wrapper,” with some plastic still apparent in the car. A collectible car from its final year of production, this GT350 impresses with aggressive performance, exhilarating handling and exceptional craftsmanship.
$28,900.00
1994
FORD MUSTANG COBRA CONVERTIBLE
The top-of-the-line Mustang in 1994 was the Cobra, which featured more power, bigger tires, bigger brakes and a revised suspension that made it the ultimate factory Mustang. Powered by 5.0-liter V8, the Cobra was more powerful than the standard 5.0 and worked better at high RPM than the base engine, thanks to revised GT40 heads, a new intake manifold with revised runners, a different camshaft, roller rockers, a bigger throttle body, larger fuel injectors and revised engine calibration. And because of its near-revolutionary changes, the Cobra convertible was selected to pace the 1994 Indianapolis 500. Ford built 1,000 pace car replicas. By 1994, everyone knew Indy pace cars were pretty good places to park some money, and when it was a groundbreaking model like the new Mustang, many felt it was a good idea to pick one up as an investment. To find one used as a fair-weather toy and driven sparingly (just enough to keep it healthy) and not as a daily driver is rare indeed. All pace cars had deep-bucket tan leather seats with Indianapolis 500 logos embroidered into the seat backs as part of the pace car package, along with a 5-speed manual transmission. Number 781 of 1,000 built, this example is loaded with power windows, power locks, cruise control, air conditioning and a powerful stereo system. This car was kept in a heated and air-conditioned garage, and babied all its life. Seemingly one of the lowest-mileage original survivors available today, it comes fully documented with a clean CARFAX, extra keys (still in the wrapper), owner’s manual and only 11,064 miles on the odometer. Accompanying the sale is the boot for the convertible top, a bra for the front, a car cover, a poster and 1:25 scale model of the car, the original Window Sticker and a Certificate of Authenticity from SVT Special Events Team.
$89,500.00
1970
PLYMOUTH 'CUDA
In the glory days of Trans Am racing, great drivers like Sam Posey and Mark Donohue waged war on the racetracks of America in some of the best cars ever built. Ford’s Boss 302 and Chevrolet’s Camaro did regular battles that made for some of the sport’s greatest moments. Not to be left out was Plymouth, which not only fielded a great car in the form of the ’Cuda, but also won its fair share of races, too. In 1970 Plymouth released an all-new ’Cuda. Abandoning its small-car roots, the new E-body platform unveiled a car as exciting as anything else on wheels. With the potent 440ci optional engine under the hood, it upped the ante to create what has arguably become one of the ultimate muscle cars. Timeless styling, powerful engine, limited numbers, racing pedigree and street credibility that lasts to this day (so much so that even many non-car people recognize the name) have all combined to make the ’Cuda a blue-chip investment. This example was originally built at the Los Angeles, CA, assembly plant and retains its matching-numbers 440ci, 375hp engine. Sporting its factory-optioned air conditioning with front heater, it was rotisserie-restored and finished in the original Dark Burnt Orange Metallic color. During restoration, an engine rebuild, automatic transmission removal, inspection and resealing was completed. All chassis items were removed for restoration, and the undercarriage was stripped and repainted. It has new fuel and brake lines, headliner, new body and glass rubber seals. The interior has the high-back seats, console and dash – all in pristine condition. Upgrades include power brakes and three-speed wiper system. A binder showing photos of the restoration is included with the sale.
$129,900.00
1965
SHELBY COBRA CSX 8000 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.
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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.