Lot #664 – 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Custom 2-door Coupe
This 1964 Corvette with the 1967 Corvette big block lock. Powered by a 350hp LS2 and Tremec 5-speed transmission. Features a Street Shop chassis with all modern Corvette suspension and drivetrain, power steering and power 4-wheel disc brakes.
Lot #671 – 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback
This very rare, matching numbers Grabber Orange BOSS 429 Mustang has been rotisserie restored to its original showroom condition. Built by Ford and upgraded by Kar Kraft for NASCAR use, this is KK 429 NASCAR 2503. Documented with a Marti Report.
Lot #667 – 1950 Packard Victoria Custom Convertible
This Packard underwent a three year incredible build. 4-wheel coilovers and 4-wheel disc brakes. Corvette 350 LT1 engine, test and tweak miles. Easily cruises at highway speeds. Quality build on an incredibly rare 1950 Packard.
Lot #670 – 1970 Plymouth HEMI Superbird 2-door Hardtop
This matching numbers 1940 426 HEMI Superbird has only 20,846 original miles. It is fully documented by its Broadcast Sheet, over 600 restoration photos, all restoration receipts and is Galen Govier certified.
Lot #673 – 1966 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark III BJ8 Convertible
A fully documented, total rotisserie, frame-off, nut and bolt restoration by premier marque specialist Kurt Tanner Restorations. A Metallic Golden Beige and red car with stainless wire wheels and 4-speed overdrive transmission.
Lot #658.1 – 1948 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible
Fresh off a frame-off full rotisserie, the Town & Country convertible is finished in Deep Forest Green with new ash and mahogany wood body. The tan/green interior is also outfitted with new leather and cloth.
Lot #654 – 1954 Kaiser Darrin Roadster
Only 435 Kaiser Darrins were built in 1954. This car still has all of its original parts. It was number 284 off the assembly line. All restoration, including paint and upholstery, was done in 2010. Titled by engine number.
Lot #669.1 – 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Custom “Project American Heroes”
This Camaro was professionally built by Route 66 Motorsports by New Lenox, IL with parts provided by over 25 major automotive aftermarket manufacturers from a rendering by Eric Brockmeyer. Documented in six issues of Super Chevy Magazine.