Closed Auctions

1962 Austin Healey 3000 MK II

It's the right color, the right options include overdrive, center shift trans, and numbers matching. The triple carb provides a little more horsepower than the dual carbs, but can be a little more finicky. This example looks wonderful. Can you guess the final bid! We love it!. . . .

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1990 Volvo 240 DL

Affectionately known by Volvo lovers as 'the Brick!' These also came in as a 'sport' option that included a turbo and inter-cooler, making for one of the fastest wagons at the time with a 0-60 in 5.6 seconds. This one appears to be a driver in very good condition. Check out the interior...looks new. We like it!. . . .

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1988 Chrysler Conquest TSI

Japanes mass production techniques at their finest. Check out the interior, all the plastic panels and pieces, and there are a lot of them, still fit nicely after all these years. These cars are nice, well appointed and pretty rare, especially in this condition. We love it!. . . .

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1970 Oldsmobile 442

Numbers matching with a whole list of options, that include a towing package, 4 way power drivers seat! Also comes with a Speed Warning Speedo, we probably would have skipped that option, especially as has a 455! Great color combination. . . . .

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1964 MGB

Some with say why? other's will say why not. We are not hear to judge, (actually, we are) but here to let the people voice their opinions. The metal flack paint belongs to the funky 70s. We wonder if the frame is up to the torque. . . . .

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1967 Ford Mustang

The name Eleanor ignites a sense of sexy, speedy modified shelby Mustang. But for some old timers, like many of us at GFB, it evokes the image of Eleanor Roosevelt, who by her own right was a trailblazer, but not in the field of American muscle cars! This example is 'Certified' which we are guessing is similar to 'certified' Angus beef!. . . .

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1969 Ford Mustang GT350

Listed on 4/23/20, bidding reached $55,602. Listed on 4/9/20, bidding reached $55,101. Although it's not numbers matching, it houses a high horsepower 427 small block. That's right it's a small block with big cubic inches, best of both big and small block worlds. This one's a driver.. . . .

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1973 Pontiac Firebird

Original big block Formulas are hard to find, and thus this tribute. We used to look down on tribute cars, but they offer owners to drive them to their potential, and beyond, without worry of maintaining original components, especially the engine! We like it!. . . .

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1941 Willys

It's a Gasser! Willy's continue to command top dollar. This one's got a 383 Chevy Stroker motor, which means it has a 350 small block that employs a Crankshaft from a 400 Chevy small block. The crankshaft provides added cubic inches by creating a longer piston stroke, hence the name Stroker. . . . .

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1969 Ford Bronco

Extremely clean example of a 69 Bronco. Well presented, this Bronco has an impeccable interior, nicely upgraded features and quality power plant. This will go for top dollar. But what do you think top dollar is? Go ahead, take a guess. . . . .

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1972 BMW 2002

Well presented 2002. It appears to be in excellent condition, from interior/exterior to engine bay. Lot's of new parts. These cars have a great weight to power ratio, and handle very well. Great color combination. We like it! . . . .

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1970 Dodge Challenger

No Reserve! Looks to be the part of a collection. All original, with factory air and a Gator Roof. This was a rare and strange option for a vinyl roof with an alligator grain pattern. As always, it was Chrysler that did the wacky stuff, and we love them for it! The new owner should get a pair of faux, white alligator skinned driving shoes to match!. . . .

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1986 Ferrari 412

Relisted: Previous bidding reached $64,101. It's a 5 speed 412. You don't see too many of these with a manual transmission. These models suffered terrible reliability issues due to their complexity. Just take a look at the length of the manual. Ferrari added a lot of new features with this model, and unfortunately, they required a lot of maintenance. This one appears to be in nice shape. . . . .

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1970 Ford Mustang MACH1

Nice looking driver candidate. Does not have the original trans, but does come with the original motor....usually, we come across cars that have original trans and not motor. Most will agree, the motor is more important than the trans for matching. Much like a guitar, it's the neck that matters when it comes to dates and originality. Overall, this could be a great candidate for a frame off. We like it! . . . .

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1968 BMW 2002 Coupe

Tidy looking 2002. Very nice looking interior. Description states that this particular example is a very early production 2002. Relisted: Bidding reached $22,575 back in mid Jan. 2020. Relisted: Bidding reached $25,500 back in late Dec. 2019. Relisted: Bidding reached $25,200 in late March 2020.. . . .

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1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Great looking '73 Z28. It has been painted with a Toyota color, Smoked Mesquite Brown and it works! Modifications include gauges, steering wheel, newly upholstered. Under the hood there's a 383 stroker motor mated to a M21 (Muncie) 4 speed. It's clean, mean and ready to roll! . . . .

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1969 Pontiac Firebird

You can guess it's springtime as we begin to see more and more convertibles hit the market. These Firebirds were often overlooked, but offer comparable performance as their cousin Camaros. This one appears to be in really nice shape. Has a hood tach as well !. . . .

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1954 BMW R-Series

A utilitarian, German engineered, single cylinder BWM bike. Check out the drive shaft, no chain, and hydraulic front forks. Pretty advanced for 1954. This functional bike became a staple for Police, Postal Service and the Red Cross in Germany. . . . .

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1973 Pontiac Trans

Looks like there's a 455, four speed under the screaming chicken's hood. A non matching numbers car is sometimes a non-starter for many folks, but we think if this T/A could be a fun driver. Appears to have a salvage title. May want to see if it has the original trans, ie Muncie 22 Rockcrusher and rear end. . . . .

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1969 Ford Mustang

It's a tribute. Most people look down on tributes, and we used to as well, until we realized they offer the opportunity to drive them as they were designed without having to worry about original drive train preservation. This one looks like a high quality driver with the right options, ie 4 speed, 4 barrel. . . . .

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1999 Dodge Viper

Lets face it. The Viper is not a very pleasing design. It was greatly anticipated, and poorly executed. The strange exterior design, plastic interior, and calf burning exhaust. It's only saving grace might be the performance drivetrain. . . . .

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1982 Ferrari 400i

Strange picture. One could argue that the 400 series singlehandedly contributed to Ferrari's reputation as being unreliable. Although it comes with the tried and test Columbo engine, it also came with a high number of options that simply did not work well. This example comes with the engine taken out and apart. Restoration of the engine could easily take you north of $30K. We think this 400 will run better without the engine. . . . .

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1967 MGB-GT

Extremley well presented. Full history and full array of great pictures. We love this color combination for MGs from the 60's. The white piping on the interior, wire wheels and upgraded steering wheel make this a stand out example. We love it!. . . .

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2018 Ford Ford GT

Despite it's very cool design, we were disappointed when Ford announced the new GT '40' was to be powered by a V6. And then we were equally disappointed that it does not come with a manual trans. I guess it was designed by older folks for older folks! . . . .

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1967 Sunbeam Tiger

It's the first British car that Carol Shelby managed to shoe horn an American 289 V8 into it's tiny engine compartment, note the placement of the air filter....it's the only way it would fit. This one is in concours 'dinky' car condition. . . . .

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1981 Ferrari 308 GTSi

The highest production Ferrari ever made and that's why you see them more often than others. Usually in red, which is so passe for a Ferrari. It's like having a dog for a pet, they are 'dead common' as Englanders would say. We like this one for it's unusual color, FLY - Ferrari Light Yellow.. . . .

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1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Copy says it's a rare mountain green color and we have to agree. Not seen one this color before. Has the rare fold down back seat that will allow you to take trip to Home Depot and flea markets. Non original motor, but that will allow the new owner to drive it like (s)he stole it and worry about preserving the original engine. . . . .

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1976 Honda CB

Reliability and performance came together for Honda in the form of their motorbikes first, especially those from the mid 70s. This one is a CB which translates from Japanese “chokusetsu baiku” to personal motorcycle. This example is a 750 cc bike, with a 4 into 1 exhaust system, low miles and sun bleached gauges. We like it! . . . .

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1966 Chevrolet Impala SS

They made a lot of Super Sport Impalas, but fewer of them came with 427 big blocks. That's the motor you want for this car. A matching four speed would make it ideal, but this car looks very original. We like it! Previously listed on ebay and sold for $24,200 on 2/12/2020. Deal must have fell through. . . . .

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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

It's a faux Barn Find!!!! Pretty stealth work done on this '55 Bel Air to make it look like it just pulled out of a barn after 50 years. Take a look at the detailed pixs. Undercarriage is Mint, as they would say in Ireland/Long Island. We give it the Trumpian thumbs up! . . . .

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1970 Jaguar E-Type

A tidy looking driver, as the Brits would say. We really like the Light Blue color. It's unusual and yet fitting for this fixed coupe. Interior seems to be in very good, used shape. Comes equipped with the right motor, 4.2 straight six. . . . .

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1959 Porsche 356 A Type

Appears to be in decent shape. We would consider this a 'drive n revive.' It's got the right color combo. We like it! This has gotta sell! Relisted in Feb. Last auction was bid to $50,100. Relisted in Jan. Last auction was bid upto $42,300. Relisted in Dec/Jan. Last auction was bid up to $42,500. Relisted in Dec. Last auction this car was bid up to$35,600 Relisted in late Nov/Dec. Last auction this car was bid up to $42,777. Relisted in early Nov. This car was bid up to $35.600.. . . .

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1965 Ferrari 330 GT

A lot of folks have a love hate relationship with the front end design of these early GTs. The Citroen looking headlights can be off-putting, and perhaps that's why the seller has taken limited pictures of the front end. The triple carbed V12 Colombo engine, and the traditional Ferrari interior can be enough to win over the naysayers. We like it! . . . .

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1978 Pontiac Trans

This car appears to come with a lot of original documentation. It's the 400 c.i. with a 4 speed and t-tops. Remember, the 403 c.i. were Oldsmobile motors hooked up to Auto Trans. It's well worn, but original; much like the rest of us 'old car' junkies!. . . .

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1954 MG TF Convertible

Barn Find! NO RESERVE. We love those four words! This truly is a barn find, just take a look at the original 'extraction' pictures in the listing. What's unusual about this find is that the undercarriage is in better shape the then body. All original, but will need a lot of work to bring back to life. Let's hope someone can revive to it's former glory. . . . .

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1939 Indian Chief

Recently presented at Mecum, where it was bid up to $46.5K in the photo. Current eBay bidding has surpassed that number. It looks like a beautiful example. Current owner claims to have spend $65 in restoration. We wonder were bidding will land. Go ahead, guess the final bid. . . . .

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1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454

We have seen several 1970 Chevelle SS pop up lately for sale. This one was treated to a frame off restoration. Well presented, the description states this is an LS6, which you may recall topped out in 2008 with one selling for 1M. Unfortunately, the block casting numbers that would verify it as an LS6 was erased or 'decked' during the recent engine rebuilt. Either way, the new owner will have a stunning Chevelle. . . . .

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1998 Lotus Esprit V8

Well presented. Lot's of pictures. Description states it's an Azure Blue. Looks purple to us. These are very quick, nimble cars. Purportedly, this model's braking power is so strong, it's able to turn the tires on the rim! This one looks very clean and appears to be a low mileage example. . . . .

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1977 Porsche 930

Great color combination. This variant is considered a purist version without the intercooler and the 4 piston brakes added to the following years model. Has sport seats and rear tire size is perfect. Front tires maybe a wee bit wide for turning, there's no power steering, but he weights in the rear. We like it! . . . .

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1964 Ford F-100 Shortbed

Patina street rat rod Apache muscle truck....phew! Now that we got past the moniker list, we are looking at a unique build. Not sure about the wheels or plastique looking interior, but we are certain someone will be interested in the performance. Check out the video for some power braking, rat rodding, street pounding, burning of the rubber....bubba! . . . .

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1974 Triumph TR-6

Wow! These later Triumph's are often seen as less desirable than it's older brethren, but when they are in pristine condition like this one, it's hard not to see that they can be just as desirable. We would remove the bumperettes. Love the license plate. . . . .

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1972 Pontiac Trans Am 455 HO

Horsepower rating for these cars were greatly understated. With a little work, they can become beasts. The 455 H.O. is specific to the T/A's of the day and not shared with GTO's or other Pontiac's. This example looks good, but we do see a little rust on the upper edge of the trunk from the inside. . . . .

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1999 Lotus Esprit V8

Though not as visually pleasing as the previous S2 & S3 Lotus Espirits, the S4 generation, shown here, provide for all round increased performance. For example, the braking capacity is so strong, it can turn the tires on the wheel! Not many street legal sports cars have that kind of braking power. This example appears to be in very nice shape, despite odometer change. Looks like a low mileage example. Things to check with odometer changes to help ensure mileage is correct would include interior . . . .

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1968 Ford Bronco

Not only do we love this NO RESERVE Bronco, but we also love this garage! Looks like it's equipped with heat, fancy backsplash and plenty of storage, and we're not talking about the Bronco! This one looks like a 'drive 'n' revive' truck. . . . .

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1967 Ford Mustang

Let's keep one thing straight. When you are buying an Eleanor, you are buying a cloned Shelby. So if you really want to over pay for a Mustang, here's your chance. Just keep in mind FDR's wife's name was Eleanor, hope that doesn't spoil the mystic around the cars name!. . . .

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1973 Jaguar E-Type

The later E-types, ie Series III are often mocked for their lack of elegant lines, especially the fixed head coupes as featured here. They had the look of the ugly duckling. The V12 engine is also not know for reliability, after all it is British! . . . .

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1971 Lamborghini Espada

Love it or hate it, the four seater Espada still comes with a V12. Paul McCartney used to have one. This example appears to be in very original condition. Re-listed in late Dec. of 2019, bidding reached $53,100. Listed in early Nov. of 2019, bidding reached $53,100.. . . .

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro

It's a Central Office Purchase Order (COPO) clone. If you wanted a drag car back in the day, you needed to place an order with the Central Office. We like clone's as you can drive them like you stole 'em mentality. You don't have to worry about originality. . . . .

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1973 Pontiac Trans Am

We like the description which reads "car is rusty in some ways!" It reads like the seller is having a pro/con conversation with themselves....we love it. No doubt it would be considered desirable and rare, providing the driveline checks out. But you have to do the math on this one, plus no pictures of the undercarriage would warrant additional caution. . . . .

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1964 Pontiac GTO

Judging by the looks and condition, this would make for an idea patina'd look muscle car. There's rust on every panel, and there are no undercarriage pixs, so we are assuming a full restore could easily clean out your bank account. . . . .

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1965 Buick Riviera

What we call a 'Drive 'n Revive' deal. It's the right year, with clamshell hideaway headlights, great interior, ski ramp console. The 401 has non stock dual carbs which would appear on the Gran Sport GS variant. Dual carbs are great when running right, but often a pain when they are not. . . . .

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2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello

Yes we know, it's a red Ferrari. Not exactly a favorite color for this model, but it does offer a very cool gated manual trans. This example has relatively low mileage. As with all Ferrari's, you want to know when the timing belt was last replaced. They are notoriously expensive. . . . .

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1977 Pontiac Trans Am

Appears to be in great shape. Unfortunately, it does not have T-tops, but does appear to have all original drive train with some well though out modifications, ie those that make it go faster and stop faster! Someone needs to tell the photographer cameras can take landscape pictures! . . . .

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1981 DeLorean DMC

These cars continue to delight! Made famous by the iconic movie "Back to the Future" - underneath the hood, there's not a lot of power, but the gull-wing wow factor and lots of available parts, makes these cars an affordable classic. Don't forget to add your own flux capacitor! . . . .

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1971 Pontiac Trans Am

Description states that this s a matching numbers T/A. Not sure why the engine is painted orange. Otherwise, it's in rough shape. Consider if you purchase this car for $20K, you are going to have to dump in another $30-40 or more to get it right. You could just skip the effort and buy one already restored for close to that amount. . . . .

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1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS

Relisted again as NO RESERVE! Previously listed in Nov/Dec. Bidding reached $23.6 and appeared as SOLD!!!! Previouly listed in November 2019, bidding reached $26,900 What a nice looking driver quality Camaro. Ticks all the right boxes, convertible, four speed, an nice exterior color. Being sold as NO RESERVE!. . . .

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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix

Not everyone's cup of tea, but these yank tanks were built right and have plenty of torque and fully powered interior. This is an SJ version which bumps up the engine from the standard 400 to a 428 c.i. Some of these engines found their way into GTO's of the same period. . . . .

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2009 Audi R8

NO RESERVE. Audi R8's from this time frame are bottoming out in terms of values. Now might be a good time to pick one up. These cars have the same engine used in the Lamborghini Gallardo. They consistently garnered very good reviews. This one has been driven with 131K miles on the odometer. Probably worth getting a Pre Purchase Inspection (PPI) from an Audi expert. We love the gated shifter on these cars. . . . .

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1993 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra

The SVT Cobras are bringing in good money these days. Valuation has climbed over the last 2-3 years and continues in an upward direction. We seem to find them in two distinct classes, either with low or high mileage. We have seen several with higher mileage lately, and take this as a good sign. Owners like to drive these cars, which means you will to. . . . .

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Triumph TR 250

Considered to be fairly rare. About 8400 examples were build exclusively for the US market. Some sellers claim that there are less than a 1000 left, more like 600, and based on the tendency for British cars of that era to rust, it's a believable number. This one is a NO RESERVE. You do do a frame off or a 'drive n revive.' . . . .

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1971 Ford Mustang MACH 1

This model Mustang was made famous with it's appearance in the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever. Bond manages to 'tip' the car and driving on two wheels though an alley way leaving the keystone cops at their best efforts to follow. It's not often you find a car of this age for sale by the original owner. We like it! . . . .

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1974 Jensen Interceptor Mk. III

Previously listed in late Nov. 2019. Bidding reached $19,600. "Last of the V8 Interceptors" that's from Mad Max the original movie. Well, this not that Interceptor, but it's got a 440 V8! Jensen were an innovative manufacturer, they made the first all wheel drive car in the FF model. We prefer the looks of the convertible, but this hardtop appears to be in great shape.. . . .

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1960 Chevrolet Impala

Can you find the car for sale! It's in there somewhere. Appears to be in mid restored state. Looks like the heavy lifting has been done. Still more to do, but work done so far looks decent. They used bracing for the bodywork which is very important for alignment. Well presented. We like it!. . . .

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1966 Ford Fairlane S-code 390

Previously listed. Auction closed at $45,900 on 10/03/2019 4 speed, 4 barrel, dual exhaust big block Ford Fairlane. The ideal version would be the 427 variant, but these are very difficult to find. This variant with the 390 might be a decent trade off. Appears to be in great shape. . . . .

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1970 Dodge Coronet

Relisted NO RESERVE. This car sold earlier this month for $44.4K, but now we see it back up for sale! What gives? NO RESERVE Superbee. Has all the right components, ie Dana, 4 Speed A833, Six Pack. Though not numbers matching, we like the bench seat with the pistol grip for speed!. . . .

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1972 Pontiac Trans Am

Desirable model, with low production numbers due to factory strike back in the day. The 455 BB is unique to this car, it is not the same motor that you might find in a Formula Firebird of the same period. Known for high torque, they are more fun when mated to a factory Muncie -22 trans. We like it!. . . .

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1977 Pontiac Trans Am

Description states that this T/A underwent a Rotisserie Resto at a cost of $50K. Owner recently died and left her in debt. We try hard not be be judgmental, but what kind of a husband spends that type of money on restoring a 1977? and then leaves his wife saddled in debt, we ask. There must be a story there...Motor looks nice. Front seats have been replaced. . . . .

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1992 BMW 8-Series

Well presented. These 8 series BMW's have a reputation for spending more time in the repair shop than on the road. What made them interested is the V-12 engine in a coupe. This particular example looks like a great driver and appears to have been driven with 130K miles. . . . .

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1969 Camaro

NO RESERVE. This car was formerly built by Mark Stielow - he's the guy that created the Pro-touring movement. Pro-touring cars are built with power, modern handling and conveniences. This makes them attractive to Millennial's and others that might not initially take a second look at a muscle from days of old. Vive la Muscle Car! . . . .

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1967 Ford E-Series Van

What could be better than picking up your kids, or anyone's kids for that matter, in the Mystery Machine. This one comes with the 5ft tall stuffed Scooby. We love the description of the new owner: "Owner must be prepared to make lots of new friends, and be an ambassador to the legacy of Mystery Inc.". . . .

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