Auction Catalog - Auctions America

Auction Catalog - Auctions America

Over 2000vehicles offeredA Labor Day TraditionSeptember 1, 2, 3 & 4September 1, 2, 3 & 4 • Auburn Auction Park • IndianaA Labor Day TraditionSeptember 1, 2, 3 & 43,000235 acresswap meet and vending spaceswith motorcoachparking availaBLe

A Labor Day TraditionSeptember 1, 2, 3 & 4September 1, 2, 3 & 4 • Auburn Auction Park • IndianaA Labor Day TraditionHuge Swap Meet: 3,000 spaces!Inside Front Coverover 2,000 Cars & motorcycles for sale!Parking for 100+ Motorcoaches!35,000 people in attendance!235 Acres of classic cars, vendors and memorabilia!Free Panel Discussion with Custom Car Legends!See page 64 for more information.New Consignments every day!Check for the latest additions.September 1, 2, 3 & 4Fun for the entire family!

Consign with confidence!As part of the world’s leading collector car auction house, you can be sure that your automobile willbe widely marketed to a large audience. Our sales are always first-class events, so contact one ofour knowledgeable Car Specialists below to consign your automobile to this auction.Car SpecialistsDonnie Gould954-647-0779dgould@auctionsamerica.comKeith Koscak248-766-7676kkoscak@auctionsamerica.comGord Duff734-474-1770gduff@auctionsamerica.comKen Wallace734-368-1967kwallace@auctionsamerica.comMotorcycle SpecialistsGlenn Bator805-798-1802gbator@auctionsamerica.comWayne Pitt734-664-8964wpitt@auctionsamerica.comAUction informationScheduleWednesday, August 318:00am - 9:00pm – PreviewThursday, September 18:00am - 9:00pm – Preview3:00pm - 9:00pm – AuctionFriday, September 28:00am - 9:00pm – Preview8.30am – Bidder Breakfast9:00am – Hot Rod and Custom Car Seminar10:00am - 8:00pm – AuctionSaturday, September 38:00am - 9:00pm – Preview9:00am - 9:00pm – AuctionSunday, September 48:00am - 8:00pm – Preview9:00am - 8:00pm – AuctionMonday, September 59:00am - 6:00pm – Settlement DayLocationAuburn Auction Park5536 County Rd. 11A, Auburn, Indiana 46706Golf Cart RentalDever, Inc.Tel: 800-714-2201General AdmissionFull Event Pass – $40 (includes parking)Thurs/Fri/Sat/Sun Daily Pass – $15 (includes parking)Wednesday (preview day) – free admissionFree admission for children 12 years and under.Bidder Registration$100 – Includes bidder pass and admission fortwo to the four day auction.General bidding requirements:• Driver’s license or passport identification• Bank Letter of Guarantee or $2000 US creditcard authorization• Copy of Dealer and Resale tax certificate(when registering as a dealer)Please note, a bank letter of guarantee isrequired should you choose to pay for any purchaseswith a personal or company check.Client ServicesFor any inquiries regarding the schedule ofevents, lodging or bidder registration, pleasecontact Jera Cline:Tel: 260-927-9797Fax: 260-572-2991jcline@auctionsamerica.comMOTORCOACH PARKINGTo book your space, please contactAndy Howard:Tel: 260-927-9797ahoward@auctionsamerica.comRecommended Hotels(A portion of the proceeds from each night booked at thesehotels will be donated to the ACD Museum.)Hilton Garden Inn8615 US 24 WestFort Wayne, IN 46804260-435-1777Marriott Fort Wayne305 East Washington Center RdFort Wayne, IN 46825260-484-0411Quality Inn225 Touring DrAuburn, IN 46706260-925-6363La Quinta Inn & Suites306 Touring DrAuburn, IN 46706260-920-1900For preferential room rates, please contact one ofthe above recommended hotels directly and quotethe ‘Auctions America’ room rate.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com1

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1934 Auburn Twelve Salon PhaetonFormerly from the Barbara Atwood CollectionPurchased by noted collector Dr. Barbara Mae Atwood in 1987 from Ervin F. McClellanof Saginaw, Michigan, this Auburn Phaeton Sedan was completely restored in 1990by Steve Babinsky of New Jersey. In 1991, it earned AACA National First Junior andSenior honors, with wins at five AACA regional meets. It also received the ACD Awardfrom AACA that year, but the jewel in its crown was a Second in Class showing atPebble Beach. It received an AACA Grand National First at Dayton, Ohio, in 1992.After nearly two decades, the car retains much of its glow, with its two-tone greenpaint shining deeply and showing virtually no visible flaws. The body is straightand true, with good alignment of doors, all of which shut well. The brightworkis exceptional, with wide trim molding around the beltline, window frames andchrome wire wheels. The car is fitted with Woodlite headlamps and matching cowllamps. The tan canvas top is like new, and a clear plastic cover protects it whilethe car is stored. The seats are handsomely upholstered in green leather with blackpiping. The dashboard and gauges are fully restored. Green carpeting lines the floorof the rear compartment, while a black rubber mat covers the front. The engine isclean and correct, painted dark green with black manifolds and ancillaries. Theundercarriage and running gear are painted in the medium green of the body, andremain virtually spotless.Auburns of the 1930s were incredibly good value. This car sold new for $1,545, lessthan a third of the cost of the equivalent Packard Super Eight. That differential haslong been history, but well-restored Auburns still represent good value in the collectorcar market. More to the point, the Salon Twelve represents the ultimate evolution ofAuburn’s finest car; with only a handful in this condition, this lovely example will shinein any collection of American Classics.4AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1936 Auburn 852 SC Boattail SpeedsterThe Auburns of 1935 stood apart, with a sporting stance and fast, road-goingperformance. To complement the restyled body, Auburn turned to its enginesupplier, Lycoming, for equally distinctive power. The GG-Series Lycoming straighteightengine featured an aluminum cylinder head with 6.2:1 compression and atwo-barrel carburetor to produce 115 horsepower. Lycoming retained AugieDuesenberg to work with Pearl Watson in adapting the Schwitzer-Cumminscentrifugal supercharger to the GG straight-eight. The resultant GH-Series ofsupercharged Lycoming engines featured an ingenious 5:1 planetary drive systemincorporated into the blower’s drivetrain. At 150 horsepower, output had increasedby 30 percent, with a 10 percent increase in torque. The GH became the standardengine for Buehrig’s Boattail Speedster and was offered on other Auburn 851s foran additional $220.Finished in maroon with a saddle leather interior this example is nicely accentedwith red painted wire wheels, pin striping, and hood louvers. Riding on widewhitewall tires it is a well preserved older restoration and has been garage keptand well maintained. The paint, chrome and brightwork all present nicely andthe car remains in good running and driving condition. The supercharged AuburnSpeedsters exemplified American glamour and presence while exuding an image ofpure speed and power, they are an undisputed masterpiece of Classic Era design,and this example would make an excellent addition to any collection.1932 Cadillac V-8 Fleetwood SedanThis V-8 powered Cadillac Fleetwood is maroon incolor with bright red fenders and roof and a rare rearmounted spare. The wire wheels are painted maroonand are mounted with wide whitewall tires. This 1932Cadillac remains a solid driver quality car.1933 Cadillac V-12 Convertible CoupeFeatured in the Academy Award winning film“Seabiscuit,” this 1933 Cadillac V-12 reportedly runsand drives very well. Mated to the powerful V-12 isa three-speed transmission. Navy blue in color, theCadillac has both a matching interior and top. Featuresinclude dual side-mounted covered spares as well aswide whitewall tires.1940 Packard Super Eight5 Passenger SedanThis unrestored original car has less than 32,000 actualmiles and has benefited from same ownership for over thepast 20 years. It is well equipped with Overdrive, Packardradio and heater in addition to a rear seat heater. Finishedin Wilshire Green, this example received a 1st place awardat the CCCA Grand Classic Show at the Gilmore Museum.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com5

1931 Auburn 8-98 Boattail SpeedsterAcquired by the current owner in early 2006, this well-maintained older restorationhas been extensively toured over the years and includes an auxiliary electric fuelpump and desirable period features including dual side mounts, chrome wire wheels,Woodlite headlights and parking lights. Fully verified and documented by the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Club, it is ready for continued enjoyment.1937 Cord 812 SC PhaetonMuch money spent since purchase of this former multiple award winner to upgradecosmetics to show level and sort mechanicals for driving - approximately $50,000.Supercharged with desirable colors and leather upholstery.1932 Duesenberg Supercharged Model J Boattail SpeedsterThe supercharged example offered here, J364, was purchased by the previous owner, show-quality condition. The paint as well as the brightwork are near perfect anda noted Michigan Duesenberg restorer and enthusiast, in the early 1980’s from a the panel fit is excellent. The interior remains like new and J364 reportedly runs andprivate California collector. Surrounded by an interesting history, J364 was reportedly drives very well.involved in a rollover accident and the original body was unable to be saved. Restored Featured in “Rolling Sculpture: A Designer and His Work” by Gordon M. Buehrigback to its original style coachwork using as many original and correct components as and William S. Jackson as well as “Duesenberg” by Dennis Adler (Page 227)possible it was displayed at the Meadowbrook Concours d’Elegance in 2004. this well known example would make an excellent addition to any collection. ForResplendent in canary yellow over black with a black leather interior and a tan canvas more information please visit our website or contact one of our knowledgeabletop, J364 has been properly cared for and maintained, and remains in exceptional Car Specialists.6AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1928 Dodge Victoria Six RoadsterThis 1928 Victoria Six is a six wheel roadster with atrunk, hydraulic brakes, rumble seat, a leather interiorand side curtains. It is propelled very reliably by its sixcylinder58 horsepower engine. The owner has volumesof information and most receipts regarding the car.1931 Packard Standard 8 SedanA straight-8 engine and 3-speed transmission drivethis two-tone ‘31 Packard. It features steel painteddisc wheels with wide whitewall tires, wood graindash, desirable “Trippe Lites”, cowl mounted spotlights, and a rear mounted spare.1941 Packard 110 Convertible CoupeThis ‘41 Packard Convertible Coupe has beenbeautifully restored white in color with maroon topsides. Notable features include the bumper guards,whitewall tires on the painted wheels along with thestainless trim rings and chrome center caps.1938 Packard V-12 Landaulet by RollstonNow, as then, Packard’s majestic Twelve remains the signature car of theClassic Era. The automotive choice of many the world’s most famous, powerfuland wealthy, the Twelve’s powerful chassis provided the perfect canvas for theera’s finest custom coachbuilders to practice their art. Exclusivity was alwaysassured during the Depression years, and just 566 Twelves were built for 1938’sSixteenth Series.Recently restored to award-winning concours standards as offered today, thisPackard Twelve Landaulet was custom-built by Rollston in New York City to theexacting specifications of Miss Doris Duke, the tobacco heiress, who was at theage of 25 the world’s richest woman. Once completed, the distinctive landauletwhisked Miss Duke in immense luxury from her family estate at Hillsborough, NewJersey’s Duke Farms to her mansion at Rough Point in Newport, Rhode Island.In 2007, the current owner located this very rare and significant car and found it inneed of a total restoration, which was expertly completed to the highest standardsin 2009. Fittingly, on its post-restoration debut, the Rollston Landaulet triumphantlywon “Best Pre War Open Car” honors on May 31, 2009 at the Newport, Rhode IslandConcours d’Elegance. As offered today, it represents an unparalleled opportunityfor collectors and enthusiasts of the finest coachbuilt creations of the Classic Era.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com7

1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz ConvertibleSupreme among the chrome monsters of the 1950s was the 1958 Eldorado BiarritzConvertible. Its ferocity was more than suggested by the styling – under its solidsteel hood was Cadillac’s 365-cubic inch engine, producing 335 horsepower andtopped with three two-barrel carburetors. The interior was on par with any luxury carof the era. It had the finest materials, and the lengthy list of options included everycomfort and convenience feature Cadillac could conceive, ensuring that driver andpassengers enjoyed a top-of-the-line motoring experience. The Eldorado Biarritz’scombination of power and presence has arguably never been repeated in suchspectacular fashion.One of only 815 examples built in 1958, the example offered here was sold new toa Pittsburg glass executive. After his death in the late 1960s his widow sold it to anindividual who upon realizing the complexity of a full restoration stored it in a trailer.In 2006, the car was found by the current owner who immediately decided to restorethe car to concours quality standards.The car debuted in July of 2008 at the Cadillac-LaSalle Grand National Show in CherryHill, NJ where it was awarded a “First in Class” as well as being selected as the GMHeritage Museum 100th Anniversary Award winner for the Cadillac division in honorof GM’s centennial anniversary. This example has received many other awards whichmost notably include a Blue Ribbon and the Lyon Award at the 2009 MeadowbrookConcours d’Elegance, a “Best in Class” at the 2010 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance,and recently at the 2010 Cadillac Grand National show in Kansas City, Missouri it wasawarded “First in Class-Senior Division” and “Best of Show.”Drawing a crowd wherever it has been shown, this example has also appeared innumerous articles, calendars, and it graced the cover of the Cadillac-LaSalle Magazine,“The Self Starter” in November of 2008.The attention garnered and awards accrued are a true testament to the quality of therestoration and it remains in exceptional concours quality condition. From the paint,chrome, and brightwork to the interior as well as the fit and finish, it truly remains innear perfect condition. The engine bay as well as the undercarriage is impeccable andit remains in excellent running and driving condition. This example would make anexcellent addition to any collection and we invite close inspection of what is more thanlikely the finest example extant.1955 Lincoln Capri ConvertibleIn remarkably original condition with just two owners from new, this car waspurchased new by a professor involved in Cold War missile research. Following hisdeath in 1964, the car was stored until 1988, when the current owner purchased it.1957 Chevrolet FUEL INJECTED Bel Air ConvertibleThis stunning fuel injected example is loaded with many options, including AM radio,clock, deluxe heater, tinted glass, power top, dual exhaust, back-up lights, FirestoneSilvertown wide white-wall tires and a 3-speed transmission. It's finished in thecorrect tropical turquoise exterior with matching turquoise/ivory interior! A true Iconfrom a golden era!8AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz ConvertibleThis example features the 365ci. V-8 engine adorned with dual four-barrelcarburetors and topped off with the iconic “Batwing” air cleaner. Equipped with aHydra-Matic automatic transmission, this Biarritz Convertible also features all of thepower options and a Wonderbar radio, E-Z Eye glass, a parade boot, and Sabre-Spoke wheels with wide whitewall tires.1957 Cadillac Eldorado BroughamFeatured in a white exterior and a blue cloth interior, this ‘57 Eldorado Broughamremains in excellent condition after being restored five years ago. Driven only 36,000original miles, this Cadillac retains its original interior and includes every optionavailable at the time. The Eldorado is also an AACA National Award winner.1953 Cadillac Eldorado ConvertibleVIN# 536284630 body# 456In 1953, the Motorama-inspired Eldorado convertible topped Cadillac’s model lineand influenced Cadillac styling and engineering for the remainder of the 1950s.Priced from $7,750, the 1953 Eldorado was the most expensive car GM had everoffered, and exclusivity was virtually assured with just 532 produced. Cadillacreportedly lost money on every Eldorado built. It was a true “halo car,” however, asit increased the prestige of the entire Cadillac range and was even used in the 1953inaugural parade of U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower.The Eldorado was powered by Cadillac’s new 210 bhp OHV V-8 engine and wasoffered only one way – fully loaded. In fact, the electrical system was upgraded to12 volts in order to supply enough power for the many standard Eldorado featuresincluding power steering, power windows, a power seat, a heater, a signal-seekingpre-selector radio, windshield washers and a power-operated convertible top.According to the Cadillac Registry this is just one of seven cars originally deliveredin black with a red leather interior and black top. Benefitting from a recentlycompleted high-quality concours level restoration, this ‘53 Eldorado remains one ofGM’s finest, rarest and most historically significant cars. It is undoubtedly one of thefinest examples we have ever had the pleasure of offering.Without doubt, the 1953 Eldorado remains the most desirable early postwar Cadillacmodel built, and with just 532 examples originally built, it is among the rarest.Given its impact on automotive design and its milestone status, the desirability andsignificance of this example simply cannot be overestimated.877-906-2437 9

1966 Chevrolet Nova SSFinished in Marina Blue with a matching blue interiorthis example features a 327 ci V-8 with an automatictransmission and it remains in excellent condition.Showing just 73,315 miles, which are believed to beoriginal, this example runs and drives just as good asit looks. The panel fit is excellent and the paint is justas nice. The chrome and brightwork remain in nicecondition and this example features bucket seats withconsole, rally wheels, AM/FM radio with cassetteplayer, and a jack and spare.1970 Chevrolet Nova SSThe recipient of a frame off restoration, it has a fullydetailed under carriage and a show quality finish inthe correct black cherry complimented by flawlessblack bench seat upholstery. Powered by the numbersmatching 300-350 hp V-8, combined with a muncie4-speed transmission & 12 bolt differential. Optionedwith power steering, power front disc brakes, AMradio and rear defrost. Original SS rallye wheels shodin NOS Goodyear Polyglas F70-14 white letter tires,the original factory broadcast sheet is also included.1962 Chevrolet Impala 409 ConvertibleThe red '62 Impala seen here is powered by a 409 ci.V-8 from a 1964 Impala mated to the original 4-speedtransmission, which has been rebuilt and seen very littlemileage. Very smart looking, the car is a blast to driveand super fast!1969 Chevrolet Yenko CamaroFinished in Hugger Orange with black upholstery, this Yenko Camaro is withoutdoubt one of the ultimate musclecars of the 1960s. It is also extremely rare, as oneof only 171 equipped with the ultimate powertrain comprising a 4-speed manualtransmission and the higher-output 450 hp 427 V-8. As offered, it shows just over5,500 miles from new and continues to benefit from a complete, high quality anddetailed restoration to original standards. Highlights include the proper paint stencilmarkings under the hood, and excellent door, hood, and trunk fit. Other featuresinclude front power disc brakes, a rear spoiler, a correct Delco AM radio, dualexhaust, bucket seats, and an 8,000-rpm Stewart Warner tachometer. Riding onproper 15-inch Rally wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires, this example has beengarage-kept and properly maintained in excellent running and driving condition. Itis also offered complete with a Yenko Certificate numbered Y21943, verifying itsauthenticity, and will make a great addition to any important muscle car collectionas one of the finest extant.10AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12Restored in 2004 by the renowned Mopar experts at Aloha Dream Cars of PortWashington, Wisconsin, this Rally Green Six-Pack Road Runner debuted at that year’sMopar Nationals, where it was one of the stars of the show. Extremely well-known,this rare Road Runner remains exceptional today. It has been inspected and certifiedby Galen Govier and was road tested and featured in Automobile Magazine andvarious other publications, as well as on Muscle Car TV. It is reported to be one of just422 built with a 4-speed transmission.In addition to its 440 ci. “Six-Pack” V-8 with 390 conservatively rated horses, it also sportsa 4.10:1 Dana rear end and a virtually priceless original Goodyear G70-15 redline sparetire, which was only produced for a six-month period. In addition, the Road Runner iscomplete with its original VIN and fender tags and features the A12 package, includingits original lift-off hood, original “054” radiator, the original air cleaner, and “H” codedwheels. Properly maintained, stored, and equipped with choice upgrades for performanceand road use, its offering at Auburn marks a truly rare opportunity for collectors.1961 Chevrolet Corvette ConvertibleCorrect quality restoration on this 80,830 actual mileCorvette with posi-trac rear end, rebuilt period correct283 ci. V-8 and 4-speed transmission.1963 Chevrolet Corvette COUPEA California car, this split-window Corvette Coupeis a body-off-frame restoration equipped with anautomatic transmission, knock-off wheels, and more.1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435 hpCoupeA truly legendary musclecar, this Corvette is aCalifornia car with a body-off-frame restoration,equipped with a Tri-Power 427/435 V-8 and a 4-speedtransmission.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com11

1969 Shelby GT500Benefitting from a meticulous cosmetic restoration completed in 2010, this GT500carries known history from new, is listed in the Shelby Registry and complete witha Deluxe Marti Report. It was built on April 25, 1969 and shipped to the ShelbyHome Office prior to being invoiced from Shelby to Ford at 13,000 miles. Next, it wasacquired by Leonard Oil Refineries for their West Coast advertising before passingthrough three more owners, including an SAAC Judge.Finished in its original Wimbledon White with a black Clarion knit interior and a SportDeck rear seat, this GT500 is equipped with the famed Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet V-8,a C-6 automatic, the original Shelby wheels, and complete with the original intake,distributor and exhaust, as well as a period correct carburetor. Amenities includepower steering, power front disc brakes, deluxe belts and warning light, a tachometerand trip odometer, an AM radio, and Traction-Lok. Signed by and photographed withCarroll Shelby, it has been recently serviced and is reported to be in excellent runningand driving condition.1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1This true R-Code CJ Mustang features a “shaker”hood, a 4-speed, and correct colors. It is one ofthe best-documented examples in existence andoffered complete with the original sales contractand Ford certification.1969 Shelby GT 350 ConvertibleFinished in its factory correct livery of Candyapplered with black clarion knit/corinthian vinyl high backbucket seats, it showcases some of the most desirableoptions of its time; power convertible top, Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission, traction-lock reardifferential, power front disc brakes, power steering,tachometer, intermittent windshield wipers and mostunique of all is air conditioning.1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302Showing less than 60,000 miles which are believed tobe original, complete with its original motor, it features aDeluxe interior, Magnum 500 wheels, optional rear axle,and original spoilers and slats. Three owners from new,ground up restoration in 1996, mechanical freshening in2002. Complete with a Lois Eminger sticker, a copy ofthe original Bill of Sale, original owner’s manual, printoutfrom the Ford NAVIS system, and a Marti report.12AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1969 Dodge Daytona ChargerIn the late 1960s, as Chrysler’s 426 ci. NASCAR Hemi engine reached itspeak, its engineers realized that raw horsepower was no longer sufficientto win races and in 1969, the bullet-shaped Dodge Daytona debuted withalmost immediate success. As a result, the Daytona ranks among the mostcoveted of all 1960s musclecars today.Finished in its factory-correct V2 Hemi Orange, this Daytona is equippedwith an automatic transmission and sports a black stripe and wing as wellas a black interior. It is an excellent running and driving example and welldocumented with its original fender tag, original Bill of Sale, and the originalowner’s manual. Equipped with power steering, power brakes, and bucketseats with a console, it also features a detailed engine bay. With only twolong-term private owners from new, it provides an excellent opportunity forserious collectors to acquire one of the best available examples of Chrysler’slegendary NASCAR-homologated “winged warriors”.1971 Plymouth GTX 440 Six-PackOne of only 62 cars built in 1971 with a D-21 Pistol-Grip 4-speed manual transmission. This GTX wasthe 25th example produced and it is notably the onlyYellow (GY3) 440 Six-Pack, 4-speed car built. Wellequipped and extremely rare.1971 Plymouth GTX HardtopFinished in Tuxedo black with matching bucket seatconsole interior, power is from a high performance 440/370hp super commando V-8 and slap-stick shifted automatictransmission. Equipped with power steering & brakes, airconditioning, tinted glass, factory AM/FM radio, trunk &chin spoilers, performance hood stripes and gun barrel dualexhaust. Documented #17 in the Chrysler Registry.1971 Plymouth Road RunnerFinished in its factory color of Hemi Orange, This original383 Road Runner was recently restored on a rotisserieand now sports an upgraded 472 ci. Hemi crate engineproducing 525 bhp. As offered, it remains excellent andfeatures include a heavy-duty Slapstik automatic, AirGrabber hood, power steering, and buckets.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com13

1958 Edsel Citation ConvertibleNO RESERVEA wonderful first-year example from the top-line Citation series, this 1958 EdselConvertible is particularly rare as one of 930 convertibles originally built, and isbelieved to be one of only two with A/C. In addition to the powerful 410 ci. EdselV-8 with 345 hp, this example also features a Teletouch three-speed automatic, aContinental kit and power windows, power steering, and a power seat. Additionalfeatures include Dial-A-Temp temperature control, tinted glass, wheel covers withappliques and spinners, and front and rear bumper guards.Finished in Frost White with turquoise scallops and a matching vinyl interior and whitetop, this example is the recipient of AACA National First Junior and Senior awardsin 2000. Offered in excellent running and driving condition, this very well-equippedexample is sure to provide many fun filled days of top-down cruising for the nextlucky owner.1950 Ford Custom Deluxe 2-Door SedanAn incredibly well preserved and original “time capsule”, this 1950 Ford sedan wasacquired by the current owner in November 2005 and earned Triple Rouge honors(body, interior, and chassis) that year from the Early Ford V8 Club. Registered inCalifornia with year-of manufacture plates, it can be driven anywhere and is perhapsthe nearest thing to a new 1950 Ford to be found today.1957 Ford Thunderbird ConvertibleFinished in Colonial White with a red interior this example features an automatictransmission, A/C, power steering, power windows, and it comes complete with theiconic porthole hardtop. Showing just over 700 miles which are presumably since theframe-off restoration, this T-Bird remains in excellent condition and also featuresAM/FM radio with cassette, chrome wire wheels with wide whitewall tires, and ajack and spare in the trunk.14AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1949 Ford WoodIE WagonMost of the wood is original on this Midland Maroon ‘49 Woodie. Inside, it has a newand correct LeBaron Bonny interior, as well as hard to find rubber mats. The Ford ispowered by a correct flathead V-8 engine and 3-speed transmission with overdrive.It also features a radio, heater, clock, optional dual tail lights and whitewall tires.1948 Packard Woodie Station SedanThis post-war 1948 Packard Station Sedans look very stylish, especially in the rear,where the rolled roof line seems to flow from side to side in an “Art Deco” fashion.This maroon Woodie has undergone an extensive cosmetic restoration with allmechanicals serviced or rebuilt as required. Riding on whitewall radials, it recentlycompleted a 1,000 km tour of New Zealand.Photo from 19461941 Cadillac Woodie WagonIt is reported that George Stockton Strawbridge, Department store scion of TheStrawbridge and Clothier Stores in greater Philadelphia, commissioned this one-offCadillac Woodie from a private craftsman for use as an estate car at the family’ssummer home in Maine’s Bar Harbor. It was in use by 1946, stored every winter, andremained in Bar Harbor for at least two decades before being sold to a New Englandcollector in the early-to-mid 1970s. Next, it passed through Alex Wars of Californiaand Charles Biddle of Florida, prior to joining the Carail Collection of Richard Kughn. In2005, it joined a prominent Northern California collection.As offered, this elegant station wagon features remarkably low mileage and continuesto benefit from a sympathetic cosmetic restoration. Believed to be the only authenticperiod 1941 Cadillac Woodie in existence, it was displayed in the General MotorsWoodie Class at the Pebble Beach Concours to mark GM’s 100th anniversary, and itwas featured in print in an interesting 1977 article entitled “Bah Habbah” in SpecialInterest Autos.877-906-2437 15

1916 Ford Model T “Trojan”This stunning show rod was created by Harry Markiecki of Toledo, Ohio, in 1961 and itwent on to win numerous shows and awards after one year of hard work and a $3,000investment. “Trojan” graced the covers of multiple magazines after its completion, withHot Rod calling it a “Space Age ‘T’” and proclaiming, “Harry Markiecki’s updated 1916Ford missile has conquered 18 trophies in 7 showings, including 6 Best of Shows”.In 2007, the now-rough but solid and complete T received a comprehensive, nut-andboltrestoration at Flying A Garage in Winnemucca, Nevada. Following completion,“Trojan” was invited to the 2009 Detroit Autorama, where it was displayed alongsidethe Orbitron, Outlaw, Dream Rod and other famous historic show rods. In fact, “Trojan”continued its winning ways with a Best in Class award at the 2009 Detroit Autorama,as well as the “Terrific T” and Excellence Awards at Del Mar. Remaining in virtualshow quality, “Trojan” continues to embody Markiecki’s original vision.1926 Ford Model A/Modified DragsterNicely restored, this roadster is now powered by a 1960-vintage 401 cubic inchBuick engine, which was blueprinted and equipped with many vintage speed parts,including six Stromberg 97 carburetors on a Drag Star manifold. The driveline includesa Schieffer flywheel, Zoom clutch, modified Ford three-speed manual transmissionand a Halibrand quick-change rear end, while braking is provided by drum brakes atthe rear. Other period features include Moon spun aluminum wheel covers, gaugesand an engine valley cover, a fuel cut-off valve and filter from a B-17 bomber.1967 Ford C-Cab Fire Truck “1968 Ridler award winner”Chuck Miller’s Detroit-based Styline Customs built award-winning customs andshow cars for American Motors, Hurst Performance, Dodge and Plymouth. One ofhis major successes came at the 1968 Detroit Autorama, where he won the covetedRidler award with this whimsical C-Cab Fire truck, which was named one of the “Top10 Rods” in the country that year by Car Craft magazine. The following year, Millerreceived critical acclaim with a car built to match the success of a Monogram modelkit – the Tom Daniel-designed “Red Baron.”16AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1923 Ford C-Cab Street RodDriving this ‘23 Ford is a 402 ci. big block engine withpolished Edelbrock dual quad manifold and carbs. TheC-Cab has a long list of features. Billet aluminum isfeatured nicely throughout the car while everythingelse is chrome plated!1940 Ford “Scrap Iron” Custom PickupThis radical all-steel custom began life with an original1940 Ford Truck cabin which has been chopped 3 ½”.Equipped with a 350 ci Chevrolet V-8 with tuned-portinjection it has to be seen to be appreciated. Pleasevisit the website for more details about this truly oneof-a-kindcustom pick-up.1932 Ford 5 Window CoupeBuilt by Dick Roy of Cornwall, Ontario in 1956 it was parkedfrom 1968 until 2005. A well preserved survivor it featuresan original and unboxed 1932 frame, East Coast choppedand channeled, and a 1953 Oldsmobile Rocket 303ci engine.Numerous awards throughout the 1960’s and it won “BestPreserved Custom” at the 2009 Detroit Autorama show.1965 Buick GS Custom ConvertibleA high quality and highly detailed build/restoration,featuring Townsend custom leather interior, 455 V-8,automatic, Posi-Traction, heavy-duty suspension,aluminum radiator, Baer brakes, polished wheels, andmuch more.1941 Lincoln Continental CustomConvertible No RESERVEThis Continental Custom features power steering,remote doors and windows, an alarm system, and6-way Park Avenue seats. The maroon and cranberryLincoln has seen minimal mileage since its total bodyrestoration two years ago.1955 Ford Thunderbird RecreationFinished in 2010 by Regal Roadsters in Madison,Wisconsin this example features an aluminum6.0L V-8 from a 2007 Chevrolet truck. It also comesequipped with four wheel disc brakes, A/C, powersteering, power mirrors, 16" wheels, and more.1950 Buick Custom "Truly Rare"Well-known to custom-car fans as “Truly Rare”, this radically customized 1950 BuickSedanette was created by Gene Howard of Bloomington, Illinois during the late-1950s/early 1960s period. Body modifications were virtually endless and included an extendedoval grille, extended front fenders with forward-sloping headlights, front-fender cutouts,body side coves, a restyled rear roofline and rear deck, as well as a radical rear fenderand taillight treatment. Tiller steering was originally used, with the assistance of famedcustomizer Gene Winfield, and a heavily chromed and beautified early Chrysler “Hemi” V-8with a six-carb intake system provided power. The highly detailed engine bay even featuredupholstered panels! Distinctively finished in lavender, “Truly Rare” toured the show circuitwith Mr. Howard and appeared on the cover of the Fall 1965 edition of Popular Customs.The car was subsequently refinished, and a conventional steering wheel replaced thetiller steering arrangement. Interest in the car has been great over the intervening years,with renewed interest in the great customs and the men who designed and built them.Accordingly, the offering of “Truly Rare” provides a fantastic opportunity to enjoy, show andpreserve their rich creative legacy.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com17

OFFERED FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION1970 Chevrolet LS6 Chevelle ConvertibleNo RESERVEWith its brutal 450 hp, 454 ci. engine, and heavy-duty underpinnings the 1970 LS6Chevelle gained fame on the street and strip alike. Well equipped and very fast thisSS features a Muncie four-speed, an AM radio, Cowl Induction, power brakes, powersteering and a white power-operated convertible top.1970 Dodge T/A ChallengerNo RESERVEConsidered one of the top 10 most desirable Mopars produced, this 1970 T/AChallenger features a real 340/290 6-pack engine. It retains the original FE5 brightred paint as well as original sheet metal. Professionally restored, this challenger is inexcellent condition inside and out and drives as good as it looks.1965 Ford Mustang RestoMod FastbackNo RESERVE1965 Chevrolet Malibu SSNo RESERVE1968 Pontiac FirebirdConvertibleNo RESERVE1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SSNo RESERVE1974 Dodge Challenger 340No RESERVE1995 Ford Mustang GTConvertibleNo RESERVE1999 Shelby Series 1roadsterNo RESERVE2007 LamborghiniGallardoNo RESERVE1970 Plymouth CudaNo RESERVEConsidered one of the original muscle cars of the 70s,this Cuda retains its all original 340 cid. V-8 engine andpistol grip 4-speed transmission. It has Glenn Govierdocumentation and trim tag to prove its originality.1966 Plymouth Hemi SateliteNo RESERVEThis car is 1 of only 503 built with 4-speed manualtransmission and a hemi engine. With the originalinterior equipment, less than 34,000 miles andbuild sheets this is a rare and well documentedHemi Satellite.1971 Plymouth Cuda ConvertibleNo RESERVEThis black ‘71 Cuda features a Demon six-pack carbwith shaker hood, bucket seats with console, rallydash, rim-blow steering wheel, AM/FM cassetteplayer with microphone, power steering, disc brakesand a power top.18 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1966 Shelby GT 350-HFollowing duty as a Hertz “Rent a Racer” when new, the first owner retained thisGT 350-H until just a few years ago, when the second registered owner acquiredthis solid, original car. A highly detailed, concours-quality restoration as offered, itis complete with Shelby invoices, hundreds of restoration photos, and listed in theShelby Registry.1967 Shelby GT350One of only 1,175 GT 350’s produced for 1967, this great example is equipped with a289ci high performance V-8, a T10 four-speed manual transmission, air conditioning,roll bar, twin white LeMans stripes and a set of five-spoke aluminum wheels.1939 Ford Rumbleseat ConvertibleProfessionally restored to original including newtop, interior, engine and transmission. Upgradedwith dual exhaust.1949 Mercury SedanThis ‘James Dean’ special is identical to the ‘49Mercury featured in the iconic ‘Rebel without a Cause.’In excellent condition, the Mercury is painted black andfeatures dual exhausts and mild speed equipment.1947 Ford Super Deluxe ConvertibleThis convertible has recently completed a groundup restoration and is equipped with some desirableoptional equipment for the period including a radio,heater, beauty rings, fender skirts and a functionalColumbia rear end. The Flathead V-8 runs incrediblysmooth, as does the 3-speed column shift manualtransmission, making for a fantastic car to be drivenand enjoyed.1966 Ford Mustang coupeUnrestored and almost completely original, this lowmileageMustang remained with the first owner untilhis death in 1990. It retains the original whitewalltires and original spare and features a 200 hp 289,automatic, power steering, and more.1957 Ford Thunderbird ConvertibleWith single ownership for 40 years, this 1957Thunderbird is a Limited Edition car equipped with ano-porthole hardtop, wire wheels, and more.1966 Ford Mustang Fastback GT289 ci A- Code V-8 engine backed with a 4-speedtransmission. This beautifully restored factory GT isfinished in Poppy Red complemented with a ParchmentPony interior. This show car was completed in 1999and is fitted with Chrome Crager wheels, ceramiccoated headers along with an optional Rally Pac.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com19

2007 Prevost Teschner ConversionThis 2007 Prevost, KL11, Teschner Conversion, is 45’ in length and has very limited mileage. It has well over $50,000 in custom paint, two slide-outs, solid surface countertops,stacker washer/dryer, enclosed head, custom LED lighting, in-motion satellite, 32” flatscreen TV in the stateroom, and a 46” flatscreen TV in the salon. It features complete bayentertainment including flatscreen TV and underbay freezer. Finally, it also has full Girrard awnings all around and is loaded with ammenities.2002 Prevost ParliamentThis 2002 Prevost Coach is 45’ in length and featuresa Parliament conversion. Luxuries include, graniteflooring throughout, solid surface countertops,popular two sofa layout in the salon, enclosed head,as well as a queen bed. For your entertainment thecoach also has a 42” flatscreen TV in the salon, In-Motion satelite, 32” flatscreen TV in the bedroom,and a Girrard electric awning package. It alsofeatures fiber-optic lighting and is ready to travel.2003 Prevost MarathonThis 2003 Prevost, model H-345, coach is 45’ in lengthwith a Marathon conversion. It includes two slide-outs,a 20 kW generator, hardwood flooring in the salon andstateroom, L-shaped dinette, leather sofa with stresslessrecliner in salon, enclosed head, twin vanities, walk-incloset, and a Jr. King-size bed. Entertainment featuresinclude, a 42” flatscreen TV in the slaon, 20” flatscreen TVin the stateroom, in-motion satetlite, full Girrard awnings,and the hot rod package. The Prevost coach has seen littlemileage and is ready to go across the county.2009 Prevost Teschner ConversionThis 2009 Prevost, XL11, Teschner conversion is likenew in every way. 45” in length, the Prevost hasseen few miles and features two slide-outs, solidsurface countertops, stacker washer/dryer, enclosedhead, custom LED lighting, In-Motion satelite, 32”flatscreen in stateroom, 46” flatscreen in salon,complete bay entertainment including flatscreen TVand underbay freezer. It includes full Girrard awningsall around and is loaded with ammenities.20AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1969 Pontiac GTO Judge HardtopThis example has traveled only 5 Miles since a complete restoration. This “Judge”is finished in its original colors of Matador Red with black interior, featuring the 400ci. Ram-Air III and a desirable 4 speed transmission. It is complete with the Judgepackage, power steering, Rally hide away headlights, and PHS documentation.Polar King Snow CatOffered is a unique Polar King Show Cat in silver and dark blue and powered by asupercharged Buick V-6 engine. With a pressurized cabin and seating for eight, you’llno longer have to wait in line for the chairlift.2011 Ferocity Enclosedcar Hauler2010 Dodge 3500 SeriesMega Cab Pickup carhauler1991 GMC Syclone Pickup1997 Dodge 4X4 Pickup1947 Hudson CommodoreConvertible1947 Pontiac Convertible1948 Mercury Custom1948 Mercury Custom1951 MG TD MK II RoadsterVery handsomely presented with desirable colors anda black soft top, this 1951 MG TD Roadster is a MarkII variant of perhaps the most influential British sportscar of the post-war era.1986 Coors Lite Star Pulse CoorsSilver BulletProduced for Coors Light TV Commercials andadvertising it is still in its original condition withonly 1,683 miles. Comes with copy of original CoorsDistributor title.1957 BMW Isetta “Slo Cab” CustomTaxiThis “Slo Cab” Isetta was created by well respectedcustom builder Chuck Miller. In exceptional showqualitycondition it even features a custom made “SloCab” taxi light and is finshed in the iconic taxi cabpaint scheme with a tan canvas top.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com21

1963 Studebaker Avanti “Rodger Ward Indy 500”This historically significant 1963 Avanti was presented to Rodger Ward for winning the 1962 Indianapolis 500. Ward was also declared by Studebaker to be the first Avantiowner, but production problems delayed the presentation to well after race day. The car they finally gave him was a supercharged model, which was not available with airconditioning. Wanting to use the car as a daily driver, Ward requested they replace it with an air conditioned model. This Avanti (#63R1034) is the car that Studebaker finallypresented to Rodger Ward for winning the Indianapolis 500, with the requested air conditioning and a floor mounted “powershift” automatic transmission. It is equipped withthe 289 ci V-8 Studebaker engine, with a Carter AFB 4-barrel carburetor, which produces 280 bhp. The paint, chrome, and interior are in excellent condition and this StudebakerAvanti scored 94 out of 100 points at the 2009 Avanti Owner Association International meet in Chicago.1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pace CarConvertibleThis rare and original 396/375 hp ‘69 Pace Car is finishedin Dover White with black and orange houndstoothinterior. Equipped with standard Pace Car options aswell as optional power disc brakes, power steering, anda 4-speed transmission.1978 Chevrolet Corvette Indy Pace CarL82, factory Pace Car, original dealer Order Confirmation,Build Sheet, GM of Canada Warranty papers with46,993 Kilometers.2010 Chevrolet Camaro Indy Pace CarA rare opportunity to purchase the #1 Festival PaceCar used during race week by Mari Hulman George,Chairman of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Driven around the track and signed by the 2010 Indy500 race winner Dario Franchitti. Shows just over2,700 actual miles.1973 Cadillac Eldorado Pace CarConvertibleNo Reserve1 of only 566 built. Given to Gordon Johncock after hewon the 1973 Indianapolis 500 Race.1974 Oldsmobile Delta 88 HurstPace car ConvertibleOne of only 42 Convertible Pace Cars built in 1974.Owned by Linda Vaughn and used at the 1974 Indy 500Festival. Equipped with a 350 ci engine, power steering,brakes and windows as well as factory air conditioning.1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst4-DoorOne off 4-door sedan personally owned and used byTony Hulman at the 1974 Indy 500 Festival. This 75,000actual mile car is equipped with a 350 ci engine, powersteering, brakes, windows and locks as well as A/C.22 AUBURN FALLSEPTember 1-4, 2011

1941 Kurtis-BuickStarting life as a 1941 Buick Century, Frank Kurtis discarded the complete Buick body and kept only the chassis. The inner body structure was formed from steel tubing weldedto the frame and the body itself is made of hand-formed aluminum panels attached to the steel structure. Completed in 1948 after being postponed by WWII, it featuresvery advanced styling for the time. It became his personal driver and he drove it regularly including a trip to Indianapolis in 1948. He kept it until 1949 when he sold it to Earl“Madman” Muntz.1957 Chevrolet bel airconvertible1957 Chevrolet Bel Air2-Door Hardtop1957 Chevrolet Bel AirConvertible1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SSHardtop1964 Pontiac GTOconvertible1969 Chevrolet Nova SS1965 Pontiac GTOconvertible1978 Excalibur 4Passenger phaetonNo Reserve1961 Pontiac Bonneville ConvertibleOriginal PHS documented, 389 Tri-Power 4-speed.Includes full ownership history as well as original titlefrom the first owner. It has a new top and interior andis fully sorted and very dependable.1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390hpRoadsterThis ‘68 Corvette is in excellent condition and isequipped with a desirable 4-speed manual transmissionand powered by a correct date coded, 427/390hpengine with Tri-Power carb, correct winter intake andside pipe exhaust.1970 Ford Mustang Mach IThis beautiful red 1970 Ford Mustang Mach I hasbeen completely restored and is an excellent matchingnumbers example.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com23

1932 Ford Hi-Boy RoadsterThis neat Hi-Boy has lived at least three distinct lives since the late 1940s, whenit was raced at Portland and El Mirage. Most recently, an original steel ’29 ModelA Roadster body was installed and as the “Bamboo Bomber,” it features a WWIIcombat plane theme with a multitude of period hot rod parts, including a hot 59A“Flathead” V-8.1933 Ford PhaetonThis very rare ‘33 Ford V-8 Phaeton has been beautifully restored and is blue in colorwith a tan LeBaron Bonney top. The interior is as stunning in dark tan with matchingcarpets. The engine bay is just as meticulous and has been highly detailed. Thisexceptional ‘33 Ford has black painted wire wheels with whitewall tires as well asrear mounted covered spare.1929 Ford Model A Roadster PickupFully restored, this ‘29 Model A Roadster Pickup ispainted cream with black fenders and bright greenwire wheels. Additional features include a drivers sidemounted spare as well as a black vinyl top.1930 Ford Model A CoupeEquipped with a rumble seat, a rear-mounted sparetire, and more, this 1930 Ford Model A 5-WindowCoupe is a very nice example of Ford’s immenselysuccessful Model A.1931 Ford Model A Roadster PickupThis example is finished in red with black fenders anddual sidemounts with stainless steel covers. Featuringblack LeBaron Bonney upholstery and top this exampleis in excellent running and driving condition.1956 Ford Thunderbird convertibleFully restored, with a 312 V-8, new wide whitewallradials, a “Continental” kit, a rare original power seat,power windows, power and telescopic steering, Town& Country radio, and both tops.1963 Ford Thunderbird convertibleFinished in white with a light pink interior and ablack top this example features a 390 ci. V-8 withan automatic transmission. Complete with powerwindows, power steering, and power brakes thisexample also features bucket seats with console,dual exhaust, dual spotlights, an AM radio, and widewhitewall tires.1964 Ford Thunderbird ConvertibleThis 1964 Ford Thunderbird convertible is finsihedin bright red with a black interior and features thedesirable Kelsey Hayes wire wheels and wide whitewall tires. It’s powered by the reliable 390 ci. V-8mated to a Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed transmission. Thiswould make a great summer driver with the top downfor the next lucky owner.24AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1929 Ford Model A Opera CoupeNo reserveThis 1929 Ford Model A has a dark blue body withblack fenders and a black fabric hardtop. It featuresyellow spoke wheels, a chrome radiator shell andheadlights, chromed bumpers, and reupholstered headliner and seats.1930 Ford Model A PickupNo reserveThis 1930 Ford Model A Pick-Up is finished in yellowwith black fenders, a brown roof, and red spoke wheelswith chrome caps. It includes a left side mounted tire,pop out ignition, Ford step plates, a stone guard, and ahinge mounted rear view mirror.1929 Ford Model A PickupNo reserveFeatured in black, this 1929 Model A Pick-Up haswood side boards and yellow painted wheels withchrome caps. It also includes chrome headlights, cowllights, dash lamp, left side mounted spare, wingedmotor meter, windshield post mount rear view mirror,and Ford script step plates.1930 Ford Model A Woodie WagonNo reserveAlong with its tan body and black fenders this ModelA Woodie Station Wagon features a black vinyl roof,side and tail gate curtains, left side mounted spare,motor meter, stone guard, rear seat, and black wheelswith wide whitewall tires.1931 Ford Model A Rumble SeatRoadsterNo reserveThis 1931 Model A Roadster has a rumble seat and atan leather interior. It also has cowl lights, dual sidemount chained mirrors, dual tail lights, luggage carrier,manifold heater, wind wings, and an original outsiderear view mirror.1929 Ford Model AA Tank TruckNo reserveThis 1929 Ford Model AA Tank Truck is finished ina dark green body with a yellow stripe and blackfenders. The recipient of a frame-up restoration theFord Tank Trunk has new wood throughout the body.This unique truck features a painted radiator shell andheadlights, pop-out ignition, a motor meter radiatorcap, Ford script step plates, and spoke wire wheelsclad in 600x20” rubber. Other notable additionsinclude the front and rear chrome bumpers, the threecompartmenttank with two measuring cans in the rearcompartment and the 18 painted cans in the side railsof the body. This 1929 Model AA Tank Truck was alsoa cover feature in Truck Restorer Magazine.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com25

1982 Excalibur BoattailNo reserveThe first Excaliburs were edgy machines that, like their Mercedes-Benz SSK inspiration, featured powerful engines and sparse accommodations. As the Excalibur evolved itbecame larger and more luxurious until the Series IV models which bore more than a passing resemblance to the 1930s M-B 540K. Now built on a proprietary frame withCorvette independent suspension, the Series IV was fully equipped with comfort and convenience features. There were two models: four seat Phaeton and the much more raretwo seat Roadster with a electrically operated rumble seat for occasional passengers.Featured is a single owner ‘82 Excalibur Roadster with a rumble seat and less than 4,000 original miles. The Excalibur is powered by a 5.0-liter, 305 ci. engine with an automatictransmission. Presented in white with a red interior, it includes both a white convertible top and a removable white vinyl hardtop as well as chrome spoke wheels, dual spotlights, and all the power extras.1950 Oldsmobile 88 HolidayHardtop CoupeThis Adler Green 1950 Olds 88 Holiday coupe is poweredby a 303 ci. V-8. Recipient of a frame-up restoration in2010. Features a black top and includes a sun visor, backuplights and stop light prisms. A multiple award winner.1950 Plymouth Special DeluxeConvertibleA two owner car with full disc wheel covers and whitewall tires. Equipped with an inline 6-cylinder enginewith a 3-speed manual transmission.1951 Buick Super SedanShowing just over 9,400 miles this example wasrestored in the early 1980s and was awarded anAACA Senior award in 1985. Garage kept and wellmaintained it remains in show quality condition andrides on a fresh set of Firestone wide whitewall tires.1978 Excalibur 4 PassengerNo reserveThis 1978 Excalibur Phaeton is beige in color with abeige convertible top, beige removable hardtop and amaroon interior. Powered by a 454 ci. engine with anautomatic transmission, chrome spoke wheels and allthe power extras.1963 Ford Thunderbird ConvertibleNo reserveThis light yellow ‘63 Thunderbird Convertible has ablack retractable top as well as a tonneau cover. Underthe hood is a 390 ci. V-8 engine mated to a 3-speedautomatic transmission. It features, power windows,brakes and steering along with wire wheels.1979 Excalibur 4 Passenger phaetonNo reserveOnly one owner and less than 4,000 miles since new.Brown with a buckskin interior, a tan convertible topand tan removable hardtop. Powered by a 454 ci.engine with an automatic transmission, chrome spokewheels, and all the power extras.26AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

2009 Audi R8 V-10 QuatroThis all wheel drive 525 hp supercar is finished in Phantom Black Pearl complementedwith a Tuscan Brown Alcantara interior. Less than 8,000 actual miles and equippedwith a 6 speed manual transmission along with a host of power options.2010 Ferrari California SpyderThis beautiful Pininfarina designed convertible has 1,700 actual miles and remainsin as new condition. Powered by a 460 hp aluminum V-8 engine backed with a 7speed dual clutch transmission. Well equipped with factory options including powersteering, power brakes, power windows, power seats, power locks, air conditioningand power hard top.1950 Crosley Hotshot RoadsterIn 1949, the Hot Shot roadster debuted. It wasAmerica’s first postwar sports car and it sold for just$900. Crosleys were also the first American cars withfour wheel disc brakes. The 1950 Crosley offered herehas had a complete ground up restoration to betterthan new standards and is now ready to be shown.1953 MG TD MK II roadsterAppropriately finished in British Racing Green, thisMark II variant from 1953 is a very nicely presentedexample of the MG TD, the purpose-built and improvedsuccessor to the TC for the American export market.1963 Triumph TR3 roadsterThis Triumph has had a ground up restoration to showquality standards. It is finished in the desirable colorcombination of British Racing Green with a tan leatherinterior and painted wire wheels. It’s powered by the2,138cc inline 4-cylinder engine coupled to a 4-speedmanual transmission. This car is ready for the showfield or just to be driven and enjoyed.1958 BMW Isetta ConvertibleThis 1958 BMW Isetta Convertible shows just over1,800 miles on the odometer since it was restored inthe late 1990s. Convertible Isettas are rare, and whileall Isettas had a fabric sunroof to complement thesingle front-opening door, the convertible model wasbuilt with a folding fabric rear canopy, incorporatingthe glass rear window.1958 Cadillac Series 62 ConvertibleFinished in red with a tan interior, this CadillacSeries 62 Convertible is the recipient of a 100-pointrestoration. Featuring its signature rear shark fins andcomplete with a V-8 engine, wide whitewall tires andchrome wire wheels, this excellent example continuesto present very nicely.1970 Ferrari 365 2+2 ConvertibleThis is an unrestored original California car that wouldbe an ideal candidate for a restoration. It featuresa 4.4-liter V-12 engine, Borrani wire wheels and isfinished in red with a black leather interior.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com27

1912 Autocar BusComplete with original Omnibus coachwork and equipped with an 18 hp 2-cylinderengine. Finished in Brewster Green with black fenders and light yellow pin stripingand matching wheels. Featuring retractable beveled glass windows, polished brassside and tail lamps, bulb horn, dashboard clock, grab handles, dual fire extinguishersand trimmed in black leather.1968 Land Rover Series IIA 5-Door Station WagonFinished in two-tone green this example is nicely accented with a crème roof andmatching painted wheels and it remains in nice condition. Equipped with five doors,four wheel drive and a four-speed manual transmission it also features a winch anda hood mounted spare and is reported to be in good running and driving condition.1941 Lincoln Zephyr V-12 CoupeNo reserveThis 1941 Lincoln Zephyr V-12 has undergone a bodyon restoration with a complete engine rebuild. Itfeatures a newer interior with all the rubber replacedand the Zephyr has been converted from 6 volts to 12.It is reportedly in good running and driving conditionand would make a nice addition to any collection.1941 Chevrolet Sedan DeliveryThis example offered here has benefited from a highquality restoration and features many rare periodaccessories. An 8 tube radio, deluxe heater, spinnersteering wheel and wood grain interior, fender skirts,spot light and wheel trim rings are included along withnumerous others.1951 Chevrolet Sedan DeliveryThis 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe benefits from acomplete frame off restoration. This Arizona car retainsshow quality condition. Fresh from the restoration theodometer reads zero miles, this “Special Deluxe”would make a great addition to any collection.1938 Chevrolet Street RodThis ‘38 Street Rod is very well built and shows well.It includes vintage air, chrome tilt, classic gauges, anindependent front end, and 18”wheels up front and20” in the rear. This car runs and drives like new withonly 1,200 miles.1939 Nash LWB Custom 2-door SedanThis Nash 2-door sedan is one of only 69 long wheelbase produced. Fully customized featuring a 350ciChevrolet engine mated to a turbo 400 automatictransmission. Its painted flat black and features airconditioning, power steering, tilt wheel, new TPI Techgauges, bucket seats, center console, seat belts anddual exhaust.1940 Pontiac Hot RodThis 1940 Pontiac Hot Rod is powered by a 400 ci.engine mated to an automatic transmission. It iscream in color with a nice two-tone cream and lightbrown interior and features power disc brakes, powersteering, and air-conditioning.28 AUBURN FALLSEPTember 1-4, 2011

1934 White 21 Passenger BusThis 1934 White/Wayne 21 passenger bus has been restored and is 99% faithful tothe original specs. It was used for company promotions and has also been rented outfor several movie productions.1933 Pierce-Arrow Cinematographer’s TruckThis unique vehicle was custom-built to carry camera and lighting equipmentfor location filming, in addition to providing its own power supply. The driver’scompartment and van body are aluminum and other features include a Pierce-Arrow “eight”, a 4-speed transmission, and power brakes. Reported history includesHarrah’s ownership in the 1970s.1928 Rugby Delivery TruckNo reserve1931 Chevrolet Jail TruckNo reserve1965 Divco Milk TruckNo reserve1945 Chevrolet Maple LeafStake Bed TruckNo reserve1943 Willys Army Jeep1928 Ford Model A Pickup1931 Chevrolet 1 1/2-TonDump Truck1975 GMC Motorhome1948 Mercury Tow TruckBased on one of the most successful truck chassisever produced, this 1948 Mercury tow truck is aninteresting example, equipped with towing gear, a CBradio, a heater, and more.1934 Ford Panel TruckFinished in Green with black fenders this exampleis nicely accented with green painted wire wheels.Restored approximately five years ago it remainsin nice condition as it has been stored inside andfeatures a foldout windshield, side mount spare, anddual cowl lights.1949 Mercury PickupThis ‘49 Mercury is considered by truck aficionados tobe one of the prettiest, most desirable pickup trucksever made. Finished in correct Yosemite Green withblack fenders, this is truly one of the finest examplesanywhere.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com29

1917 Cadillac Roadster No reserveAn AACA National Senior award winner in 1994, this 1917 Cadillac Roadster looksbeautiful in maroon with black fenders and black top. The wire wheels are paintedmaroon to match and have whitewall tires. This Roadster also features a rearmounted spare and a fold down windshield. Like the rest of the Cadillac, the V-8engine has also been highly detailed. A fine example of a classic 1917 Cadillac.1929 Pierce Arrow Dual Cowl PhaetonResplendent in two-tone green with a matching green leather interior and a tancanvas top this desirable dual cowl example remains in exceptional condition.This CCCA Full Classic is equipped with dual sidemount spares, driving lights, dualspotlights, wide whitewall tires and a rear mounted trunk with custom fitted luggage.1915 Chevrolet Series HBaby Grand TouringNo reserveA former Harrah’s Collection car with supportingdocuments and including a detachable soft top, this1915 Series H “Baby Grand” features sophisticatedengineering with an OHV engine and electric starting.1913 Maxwell RoadsterThis Maxwell is powered by a 4-cylinder engine andremains in good running condition. It’s complete withkerosene headlamps and driving lamps, electric hornand period speedometer. The body is finished in a darkshade of green with black fenders matching well witha black interior and top.1929 Packard 633 CabrioletThis beautiful ‘29 Packard was restored from theground up and is featured in black with a red beltline,a tan leather interior and a Landaulet top. Poweredby a straight-8 with a 3-speed and includes dual sidemounted spares with mirrors, luggage rack, cowllights, and a radiator stone guard.1930 Cadillac V-16 Club SedanThis well preserved example remains in highly originalcondition. It has undergone a recent mechanical serviceand is fitted with dual side mounted spares, whitewalltires, radiator stone guard and an original Cadillactrunk. Includes copy of Original Build Sheet. This CCCAfull classic is an ideal candidate for preservation classshowing or participating in caravans.1935 Auburn 851 SC PhaetonNo reserveThis 1935 Auburn is a CCCA National First PrizeWinner and is certified as a Category 1 car. Featuresa Columbia “dual ratio” rear end and presented inmaroon with a tan leather interior, beige cloth top,chrome headlights and maroon wire wheels.1937 Cord 812 PhaetonYou are looking at one of the best restored 812Phaetons. This Cord could be presented at anyConcours with pride. Not only does it look great indark blue, it runs, drives and shifts better than new.The original radio even plays !30AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible CoupeFully restored about ten years ago this example has been garage kept and wellmaintained and remains in excellent condition. Finished with a maroon leatherinterior and matching hogs hair wool carpeting it features a black canvas top withmaroon piping to complement the interior. Complete with a woodgrain dash, dualspotlights, fog lights, wide whitewall tires, am radio, and clock.1948 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet No reserveFinished in Moss Green with a brown leather interior and a tan canvas top thisexample is a nice older restoration that remains in good condition. Well cared forand maintained it features a V12 engine with a three-speed column shift manualtransmission, a rear covered spare, power windows, a power top, AM radio, andwide whitewall tires.1967 Buick SkylarkA nice little hardtop with one older repaint, solidoriginal body, floors, frame, chrome and glass. Thesmooth running 300 ci. V-8 is coupled to a 2-speedpower glide automatic transmission, with powersteering, A/C, and original radio. Buick chrome rallywheels, new Firestone radial tires and dual exhaustcompliment this excellent driver.1960 Cadillac Series 62 convertibleFeaturing a 345 hp, 390 V-8, this example features atwo-tone interior, an AM radio, power brakes, powersteering, a power seat, a power top, power windows,and represents a nice driver-quality example that isperfect for top-down cruising.1957 Ford Skyliner Retractable1957 is the most desirable year for the FordRetractable. Featured is a two-tone red and whiteSkyliner with a matching interior. Along with theContinental Kit, this ‘57 Ford includes a rear coveredspare, an automatic transmission, an AM radio as wellas whitewall tires.1956 Cadillac Coupe DeVilleClassic Cadillac design. This beautiful Coupe Deville isfinished in the very desirable and classic pink exterior.This fully loaded luxury cruiser is ready for the nextchapter in its storied life.1958 Lincoln ContinentalMark V ConvertibleThe 1958 Lincoln was longer, wider, and heavier thanany American production car ever built. It was designedto make a statement. Also new that year was the 430ci., 375 hp V-8 engine that would propel this car downthe highway with ease. Although an older restoration,this car still shows very nicely and has all the poweramenities one expects from Lincoln.1961 Chevrolet Impala ConvertibleThis 1961 Chevrolet Impala Convertible is black incolor with a factory red and white interior. It featuresdual quad carburetors, Baer disc brakes, 606 powersteering,and an aluminum radiator. With over $80,000invested in a rotisserie restoration the Impala drivesjust as well as it looks.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com31

1957 MGA Roadster with TrailerA very nice example of the landmark MGA, thisexample features very desirable colors, a wood-rimmedsteering wheel, a modern in-dash radio, characteristicchrome wire wheels, a rear luggage rack, a distinctivetrailer based on an MGA rear clip, and more.1964 Jaguar E-type Series I RoadsterThis three-owner “survivor”, with only an approximate40,000 documented miles from new, is an amazingand rare find with known ownership history and gooddocumentation. A true sports-car icon.1983 Ferrari 512 BBIThis well maintained highly original 28,000 kilometerexample has documented single family ownership sincenew. A full mechanical service including a new clutch hasjust been completed by a certified Ferrari dealership. Thisrear engine 12-cylinder Ferrari still retains its original blackleather interior, spare tire, tools, books and service records.1975 Jensen Interceptor IIIConvertibleWith just 12,000 miles from new, this strong runningand driving Interceptor features a 440 Chrysler V-8,automatic, the factory-original interior, power brakes,steering, top (with original leather boot) and windows,plus factory A/C.1988 Alfa Romeo SpiderHighly desirable as a top-line Quadrifoglio model,this 1988 Spider is a nicely presented and enjoyableexample in classic red, equipped with Alfa’s legendaryDOHC four-cylinder with port fuel injection, standardA/C, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and more.1991 Aston Martin VirageThis hand-built Virage is powered by a 330 hp,32-valve, 5.3-liter V-8 featuring Callaway-designedcylinder heads and fuel injection. Amenities includegrey leather upholstery, A/C, and a full suite of powerfeatures.1949 Triumph 2000 RoadsterBenefitting from a frame-off restoration in 2003 this example has been the recipientof many awards including “Best in Show” at the 2003 VTR National’s and the RadnorAward for “Best Open Sports Car” in 2010 at the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance.A great example of a hand built classic it features an all aluminum alloy body, exceptfor the pontoon fenders, which are made of steel. Equipped with an OHV in-line fourcylinderengine that displaces 2,088 cc it generates 65 hp and is mated to a threespeedsynchromesh transmission. It is beautifully finished in black with a red leatherinterior and features a rear rumble seat (last rumble seat on a production car) witha flip up windshield, three windshield wipers, pop-out traffic indicators and a rearspare. It remains in excellent running and driving condition and is a great opportunityto acquire an award-winning example of this rare automobile.1958 Jaguar XK150This restored XK150 features black Connolly hides, very straight bodywork,excellent brightwork, a 4.2-liter engine, and a 5-speed transmission. Therestoration included complete mechanical rebuild with new stainless exhaust,wiring, glass and chrome wire wheels.32 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

2009 Allard J2X ReplicaThis 2009 Allard is a no-expense-spared, professionally built replica of a 1951-1954 Allard J2, the groundbreaking original Anglo-American sports car thatpredated Shelby’s Cobra by more than 10 years. Equipped with a 350 ci. Chevy V-8engine and an automatic transmission, it has travelled only an approximate 100miles since completion.1987 Buick GNXOne of 547 examples built, this remarkably original and highly maintained two-ownerGNX features a very good black finish and remains stock with the exception of ahigh-performance computer chip and an aftermarket intercooler. All original partsare included with the car, and it is complete with two miniature replicas and a book.1994 Zoragy Concept CarFiberglass custom body Concept Car on a CamaroZ-28 frame. Built by Zoragy Motors in Europe forthe Auto Show Circuit. Features a Skyview cleartop and is equipped with power steering, powerbrakes, power windows and locks, back-up cameraand air conditioning.1999 Pontiac Trans AM WS6 30thAnniversary T-Top CoupeLess than 1,000 produced! This low mileage car hasbeen very well kept and features a very rare 6-speedtransmission and is loaded with options. It includesnew factory correct tires. This is sure to be a truecollector car.2008 Ford Bullitt MustangShowing just 810 miles this example remains inshowroom like condition and is #5494 out of just 7,000examples produced. Finished in Dark Highland Greenit features a 4.6-liter V-8 that produces 315-bhp and isequipped with a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission.2000 Rolls-Royce CornicheConvertibleThis fifth generation hand built Rolls is one of 374 carsproduced and sold new for $359,000 dollars. Deliveredin a beautiful color combination of metallic blueexterior with a Parchment Connely leather interior.An excellent example with 19,000 actual miles that ispowered by a turbocharged V-8 engine.2001 BMW Z-8 RoadsterOf the roughly 5,700 Z8s produced, this example isone of 2,543 units built for the U.S. market and showsjust over 11,000 miles from new. Garage kept andwell maintained this example is offered in exceptionalcondition and is complete with both tops.2006 Ferrari F430 SpiderFinished in Rosso Corsa with a beige leather interiorand black canvas top this example shows just over10,000 miles and has been recently serviced. Priced atover $200,000 when new this example features the F1package and remains in exceptional condition.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com33

1969 Chevrolet COPO CamaroWith the $489.45 Central Office Production Order (COPO) 9561, Chevrolet’s 1969 Camarobecame one of the best-performing muscle cars of all time with an L72 427/425 engine,ZL2 Cowl Induction, heavy-duty radiator and a 12-bolt rear end. Of the 1,015 motorsbuilt for this application, only 193 of them were backed by an automatic transmission,including the car offered here.With just 21,000 original miles and a known history with two owners from new,this COPO Camaro is complete with the Protect-O-Plate, original dealer order form,original warranty papers, and authentication by GM Canada. Its originality and patinais undisputed, and its offering represents a truly rare opportunity to acquire such anincredibly authentic supercar.1953 Chevrolet CorvetteNot only did this ‘53 Vette win an NCRS Top Flightaward in 1998, it was also chosen by the Danbury Mintas their reference for the scale reproduction of a 1953Chevrolet Corvette. This is a fine example of America’sfavored sports car.1961 Chevrolet Corvette ConvertibleIn 1961, Chevrolet built 10,939 Corvettes for truedriving enthusiasts. This pampered Corvette has beenwith the same family for over three decades and it hasbeen professionally serviced and maintained.1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390 RoadsterOriginal and untouched with just one owner until recently,this big-block Corvette is the recipient of the prestigiousBloomington Gold Survivor certification. With fewer than32,000 miles from new, it includes an impressive selectionof original documents, a rare find indeed.1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS396/375ConvertibleThis SS396 Camaro remains in good running and drivingcondition and it is well equipped with a desirable4-speed transmission, power steering, power brakes,tilt wheel, AM/FM radio, buckets seats and console.1970 Buick GS-X Stage 1This Saturn Yellow Buick has been meticulously restoredfrom the ground up. Documented with paperwork fromWayne Roberts as a point of reference, this factory GSXStage 1, 4-speed car is one of only 118 so equipped.1970 Chevrolet Nova SSA real and documented SS 396/375 L78 Nova,accompanied by GM of Canada documentation.Besides the L78 option, this “nut and bolt” frame-offrestored Super Sport also left the factory with an M214-speed transmission, 12-bolt posi., F41 suspensionand power disc brakes.34AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1982 Chevrolet Corvette T-Top CoupeNo reserveOnly 6,759 were produced as Collector Editions in1982. They included a long list of features, namelythe opening rear hatchback glass, body decals, pinstriping, and aluminum wheels. One owner since newand only 290 miles!1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390 CoupeThis example offers the potent 427/390 enginecombined with the 4 speed transmission and factorydual side pipes. The interior is trimmed in black vinyland is equipped with power windows and is fitted withan after market tilt steering wheel. This car is alsofitted with Corvette rally rims with red line radial tires.1987 Chevrolet Corvette ConvertibleNo reserveThis example is finished in red exterior with a whitetop. Powered by a 350 ci. engine with port injection,and an automatic transmission. This vette has only5,223 original miles, all the power extras, and 16” castaluminum wheels.1975 Chevrolet Corvette T-Top CoupeNo reservePainted black and gold and powered by a 350 ci. L-48,this ‘75 Corvette has black glass t-tops over a taninterior. It features all the power extras and is drivenby a 4-speed automatic transmission.1988 Chevrolet Corvette CoupeNo reserveRed with a black see thru hardtop this ‘88 Corvette hasa 350 ci. engine with port injection and an automatictransmission. It features cast aluminum 17” wheels andall the power extras. Amazingly only 134 original miles.1978 Chevrolet Corvette T-Top CoupeNo reserveSilver inside and out, this ‘78 Anniversary EditionCorvette has less than 14,000 original miles. It’spowered by a 350 ci., L-82, with a 3-speed automatictransmission, and has all the power extras.1967 Chevrolet Corvette roadsterNo reserveFinished in maroon, this 1967 Corvette Roadster has a matching removable hardtopas well as a black soft top. The 327 ci. engine is mated to a four-speed manualtransmission and has seen less than 31,000 original miles. This example alsofeatures 15-inch steel wheels with rally centers and trim rings.1965 Chevrolet Corvette CoupeFinished in Silver Pearl with a black interior this example comes equipped with factoryA/C and the desirable four-speed transmission. Built on the last day of production for1965 Corvettes it sports rally wheels and remains in nice condition.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com35

1937 Rolls-Royce PIII Sedanca De VilleOn September 22, 1937 this Phantom III chassis, 3CM61, was sent from the Rolls-Royce factory to Park Ward & Co. in North London. They put matching Sedanca deVille bodies on this car and a sister car (chassis 3CP192), which was sent to the 1937London Motor Show. The elegantly formal but expressly sporty designed town car hasa raked windscreen and flowing fenders. It is accented with the rear coach sill andapplied canework. The rear compartment was designed for two passengers and itincluded a rear, blind, silk rope pulls, tray tables, vanities, and exquisite cabinetry inbleached quilted maple. Evart discs, distinctive rear spats, dual Lucas trumpet horns,and a Notek fog lamp were also ordered to complete the elegant design.The recipient of the Most Distinguished Rolls-Royce Award at Greenwich as well asthe Most Elegant Town Car award at Amelia Island, 3CM61 retains both its originalfactory engine and coachwork. This extremely attractive and elegant Rolls-Royce isone of the finest town cars of the Classic Era, it remains in exceptional condition, andas such we invite close inspection of this elegant example.1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door Hardtop 1957 Chevrolet Nomad1951 Ford Custom Sedan1950 Chevrolet DeluxeThe 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe featured here has acompletely original interior and remains in excellentcondition. With very few original miles the Deluxeruns great and is ready to drive anywhere.1950 Oldsmobile Super 88This 1950 Oldsmobile Super 88 was originally a showcar for Hibernia Auto Restoration in Hibernia, NewJersey and features every option offered.1957 Chevrolet SedanOnyx Black in color, two-door, Power Pac with aprevious frame-off restoration. Original interior ingreat condition and drives great.36AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

TheRag TopsAuto MuseumCollectionOffered Without ReserveLocated in Michigan City, Indiana, the Rag Tops Auto Museum, in operation from 2003 until 2011, was regarded as Northwest Indiana’slargest antique auto and memorabilia museum, well-known by automotive enthusiasts. Following the museum’s closure earlier this year, 68vehicles from the collection, along with a selection of vintage motorcycles, will be offered—without reserve—at Auburn Fall.Spanning almost a century of automobile history, the Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection represents a diverse range of automotive tastes,with a particular emphasis on great American classics. The following pages illustrate the many highlights from this wonderful collectionthat we are very proud to present at the Auburn Fall Auction.1957 DeSoto Firedome ConvertibleMost of the credit for Chrysler Corporation’s remarkable record of success on theracetrack and the showroom floor was the direct result of the company’s welldeservedreputation for outstanding engineering – a reputation that certainlycontributed to the successful debut of the new DeSoto model line of 1929. Almostfour centuries after the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto had explored theinterior of North America to discover the mighty Mississippi River, his image andname that now graced the radiators of Chrysler’s new up-market models, whichwere squarely aimed at competitors Oldsmobile and Buick in the marketplace.The DeSoto carved its own niche over the ensuing decades and reaching a pinnacleof popularity in 1957, its third -best year ever. For 1957, all Chrysler Corporationautomobiles featured the second-generation styling of famed designer VirgilExner’s “Forward Look” design theme and one of its most attractive applicationswas to the DeSoto Firedome series. The standard Firedome engine was a 341 V-8 unit, which produced a stout 270 bhp with an efficient yet pump-friendly9.25:1 compression ratio, a maintenance-free hydraulic valvetrain, and a twobarrelcarburetor. The Convertible Coupe was the rarest member of the mid-levelFiredome lineup, with just 1,297 examples ultimately manufactured that year.This lovely example is offered from a museum collection and features aquintessentially “fifties” two-tone color scheme, accented by a black convertibletop, dual side view mirrors, chrome-plated wire-basket wheel covers, andwhitewall tires. With its powerful V-8, handsome Virgil Exner-penned stylingand rarity, all this wonderful 1950s icon needs is a new owner to enjoy it.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com37

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1957 Oldsmobile SV 88 J-2 ConvertibleThis very rare and powerful tri-carb J-2 convertible is highly equipped with anautomatic transmission, AM radio, clock, Continental kit, fender skirts, a tri-toneinterior, power brakes, power steering, and a power top.1958 Chevrolet Impala ConvertibleRestored to the highest standards and featuring one-year-only styling, this Impalais equipped with a 348 “Tri-Power” V-8 and includes an automatic transmission, anAM radio, a Continental kit, dual antennas, fender skirts, “spinner” hubcaps, powerbrakes, power steering, and a power top.1983 Duesenberg II Dual Cowl PhaetonOf all the finest automotive designs of the Classic Era, the mighty Duesenberg Model J remains perhaps the crowning achievement of this prolific era. The cause of a tradinghalt on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange when it was announced, the car continues to entrance all who witness its grand presence today. While Model J productionwas relatively brief, its enduring influence led to a high quality, detailed and remarkably authentic recreation by Heritage Motors, with limited production of just 47 examplescommencing in 1982.Only distinguishable upon closer inspection from an original Model SJ La Grande Dual Cowl Phaeton, this Heritage-built example from 1982 is offered from a museum collection.It utilizes the same 154-inch wheelbase length as the original Model J, with many of the car’s individual parts built from castings of the original items. A Ford V-8 engine providespower, with ease of service and readily available parts. As such, it represents a high-quality recreation of the original, at a fraction of the price.38 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1958 Dodge Coronet ConvertibleVery rare and fully restored, this Coronet convertible is highly equipped with an AM radio, a black power-operated canvas top, an RCA 2500 record player, dual antennas andside view mirrors, power brakes, and power steering.1961 Chrysler 300 CoupeA rust-free Arizona car with the original pushbutton automatic transmission, this300G shows 59,000 miles and features desirable colors and desirable featuresincluding A/C, an AM radio, front buckets, a console, a clock, power brakes, andpower steering.1982 Auburn Boattail ReplicaThis 1982 Auburn Boattail Speedster replica has 2,700 original miles and featuresinclude black leather upholstery, a V-8 engine, automatic transmission, powerbrakes, power steering, and chrome wire wheels.1899 Horse DrawnCarriage1905 Smith Replica surrytop1923 Ford Model T Touring 1930 Shay Replica877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com39

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1956 Buick Roadmaster ConvertibleA 1950s icon with a commanding presence, this Buick Roadmaster features a twotonegreen interior and exterior color scheme, an automatic transmission, an AMradio, power brakes, a power front seat, power steering, and power windows.1959 Buick Electra 225 ConvertibleThis mild custom Buick Electra 225 Convertible is powered by a 455 V-8 bored to473 ci. producing 325 hp, backed by a Turbo 400 automatic with a stall converterand a shift kit. Other upgrades include a leather interior, a 9-inch Ford rear end,four-wheel disc brakes, air ride, a 2 ¾-inch exhaust, an 11-speaker stereo with CDchanger and amplifiers, neon lighting, and ’63 Chrysler wire wheels. It also includesA/C and power features covering the brakes, steering, front seat, top and windows.No body mods were made.1953 Buick Skylark ConvertibleA “halo car” in the truest sense of the word, the Motorama-inspired Buick Skylarkwas introduced in 1953 as a production model to mark Buick’s 50th Anniversary byhighlighting the latest in style and technology available from General Motors.With only 1,690 cars built, they were tremendously expensive when new, and ownersincluded such personalities as famed entertainer Bob Hope.Other notables include, Bill Campbell of Campbell’s Soup who originally owned thisbeautiful red ‘53 Buick Skylark. It has been nicely restored and benefits from beingcompletely rust-free. Today, surviving examples are quite rare, and ownership ofthe 1953 Skylark, along with its Oldsmobile Fiesta and Cadillac Eldorado siblings,constitutes a “Grand Slam” for GM collectors, an achievement of great significance.40 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1975 Kawasaki triple 1980 honda Twinstar 1972 honda 175 1958 Harley-DavidsonPan Head1957 Lincoln Premier ConvertibleThis solid, rust-free and mostly original 1957 Premiere convertible is one of just 3,676 originally built. Featuresinclude a mostly original interior, a Town & Country radio, power brakes, power steering, power windows, a remoteside-view mirror, the original trunk kit, and more.With 57,000 miles, this solid, rust-free and mostly original 1957 Premiere convertible is one of just 3,676 originallybuilt. Features include a mostly original interior, a Town & Country radio, power brakes, power steering, powerwindows, a remote side-view mirror, the original trunk kit, and more.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com41

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1966 Ford Mustang ConvertibleThis first-generation Mustang convertible is finished in white with maroon upholsteryand very well equipped with a 289 ci. V-8, an automatic transmission, an AM radio,red line tires, a power top, seatbelts, and styled steel wheels.1997 Plymouth ProwlerNearly new, showing 5,000 miles and finished in purple and black, this Prowler isequipped with an automatic transmission, A/C, and more.1999 Shelby Series I RoadsterFinished in silver with maroon stripes and still on the Manufactuer’s Statement ofOrigin (MSO), this 1999 Shelby Series I Roadster offers shattering performance andremains a virtually new car with only an approximate 500 miles showing.42 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1953 Chevrolet Corvette roadster ReplicaThis extremely well-built and realistic 1953 Corvette replica has coveredapproximately 61 miles from new and includes a V-8, automatic, power steering,and an AM/FM radio.1971 Dodge Hemi Cuda Clone ConvertibleThis 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda recreation is offered in as-new condition with a no-expensesparedrestoration to the highest standards with virtually impeccable attention todetail. Finished in blue on black, it is highly equipped with A/C, bucket seats, aconsole, gauge package, driving lights, dual side view mirrors, a rear-deckspoiler, a“Shaker” hood, and power features including power brakes, power steering, a powertop, and more.2000 MBNA Yankees Top Fuel DragsterPresented in its New York Yankees/MBNA livery with the windshield and driver’shelmet signed by Mike Dunn and the New York Yankees, this 2001 Darrell Gwynn TopFuel Dragster features a 6,000 hp Keith Black motor, a 300-inch wheelbase and weighsjust 1,500 pounds. Its best time was a mind numbing 4.553 seconds at 331.61 mph!877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com43

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1957 Chevrolet Corvette RoadsterStriking in white with a red interior, this 1957 Corvette is equipped with a desirable4-speed manual transmission and includes a hardtop only.1967 Chevrolet Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car convertibleThis fully restored Pace Car Convertible is equipped with a 350/295 V-8, automatictransmission, factory A/C, buckets, console, gauges, power disc brakes, seat belts,and more.1970 Plymouth SuperbirdIn the late 1960s, as the 426 ci. NASCAR Hemi engine reached its zenith, Chrysler engineers realized that raw horsepower was no longer sufficient to win races. Richard Pettymay have won 27 out of 49 races during the 1968 season in his Hemi-powered Plymouth Satellite, but the aerodynamically advanced Ford Torino enticed Petty to switch over tothe Ford camp in 1969. Chrysler’s only hope of beating Ford on the super speedways was to reduce aerodynamic drag. In response, Chrysler released the bullet-shaped DodgeDaytona and Plymouth Superbird, igniting the “aero wars.” While Richard Petty did not win the 1970 Grand National championship, he did win eight of Plymouth’s 21 victoriesin 1970, and the distinctive Superbird, with its sloped nose and enormous rear wing, became a stock car racing icon.NASCAR homologation requirements mandated that one Superbird be assembled for every two Plymouth dealerships. However, despite their NASCAR success, arrestingpresence and high performance, street Superbird sales were slow thanks to dramatically rising insurance rates and gasoline prices. Most of the 1,920 Superbirds produced,including the example offered here, were equipped with the “Super Commando” 440 ci. V-8 engine, which produced 375 reliable horsepower in stock tune.Offered in excellent overall condition, this fully restored Superbird is finished in Lemon Twist Yellow with a black interior. Equipped with a floor-shift automatic transmission, itfeatures bucket seats with console and an AM/FM radio, and it is complete with power steering, power brakes, seat belts and both jacks. It is an iconic example from the lastdays of the real muscle cars and would make an excellent addition to any collection.44 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz ConvertibleFinished in black with a red leather interior, this 1957 Eldorado Biarritz convertible is equipped with such desirable features as a Hydra-Matic transmission, sabre wheels,an AM radio, a clock, a fiberglass parade boot, a white power top, and other power features operating the brakes, front seat, steering, and windows.1962 Chevrolet Impala ConvertibleThis American icon is finished in red on red with a white convertible top, later-stylerally wheels, a small-block V-8, a column shifter, bucket seats, console, powersteering, and radio delete.1962 Ford Thunderbird ConvertibleFinished in red with a black interior, this example features an engine dress-up kit,Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels, an automatic transmission, bucket seats, a console,power steering, power brakes, a power top, power windows, a spotlight, and more.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com45

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1956 Mercury Monterey SedanThis nicely restored Monterey 2-door hardtop isequipped with an AM radio, a clock, a two-tone vinyland cloth interior, and more.1956 Lincoln Mark II ConvertibleLincoln’s long awaited, top-line Continental MarkII debuted at Paris in October 1955, with a list priceexceeding $10,000. Its clean styling remains a designbenchmark today and while a convertible was notfactory-available, this conversion, offered from amuseum collection, illustrates what might have been.It is one of just 2,550 Mark IIs produced for 1956.1960 Lincoln Mark V ConvertibleA good driver-quality car, this 1960 Mark V convertibleis finished in triple black and offered complete with aparade boot, A/C, power brakes and power steering.1957 Ford skylinerRetractable1959 Ford FairlaneConvertible1966 Lincoln ContinentalConvertible1975 Lincoln Mark IV1957 Mercury turnpike cruiser Pace Car ConvertibleVery rare as one of just 1,265 original examples, this fully restored 1957 Turnpike Cruiser is a former Sam Hanks car and features the top M-335 “dual quad” 368 ci./335 bhp V-8engine option and great features including a clock, Continental kit, fender skirts, power brakes, power steering, and a power top.46 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1954 Cadillac Eldorado ConvertibleA very nice and proper older restoration of a solid rust-free western car, featuring ablack and yellow two-tone interior, a Haartz canvas top, chrome wire wheels, andpower features covering the brakes, front seat, steering, top and windows.1956 Packard Caribbean ConvertibleWith a tri-tone exterior finish in white, blue and brown, this Caribbean features a“dual quad” V-8, automatic transmission, power windows, and the original reversibleinterior upholstery.1957 Pontiac Star ChiefAn excellent, original car with 47,000 miles, this Star Chief 2-door hardtop isequipped with white leather and maroon cloth upholstery, Wonderbar AM radio, aContinental kit,dual side view mirrors, E-Z Eye glass and more.1958 Pontiac ConvertibleThis fully restored example features the rare 370 ci., 300 bhp “Tri-Power” V-8 and isoffered in very good overall condition with optional bucket seats, an AM radio, dualside view mirrors, power brakes, and more.1969 Rolls-Royce Shadow 1978 Cadillac EldoradoConvertible1979 Pontiac Trans Am 1984 Cadillac EldoradoConvertible877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com47

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1962 Dodge Dart ConvertibleNicely representing the top trim level of the Dartseries, this 1962 Dart 440 ci. convertible featuresdistinctive styling, V-8 power, a pushbutton automatictransmission, power brakes, a heater/defroster,a factory AM radio, an aftermarket FM tuner, anddesirable colors.1963 Studebaker Lark DaytonaConvertibleUnrestored and very rare, this Lark Daytonaconvertible is one of only 1,015 produced duringthe final production year at South Bend, Indiana.Features include a powerful 289 ci. V-8, an automatictransmission, bucket seats and more.1970 Pontiac GTO ConvertibleWith a solid rust-free body, a red exterior, a blackinterior and a matching power top, this 1970 GTOis very well equipped with Rally II wheels, a hoodtach, automatic, A/C, AM/FM radio, bucket seats, aconsole, power brakes, and power steering.1953 Oldsmobile 88 ConvertibleThis solid, rust-free Oldsmobile 88 convertiblefeatures a black exterior finish, a black and red interior,a black canvas power top, an AM radio, fender skirts,and power steering.1959 Dodge Custom Royal LancerQuite rare today and nicely representing DodgeDivision’s top trim level for 1959, this Custom RoyalLancer 2-door hardtop features a two-tone finish, dualside view mirrors, “spinner” hubcaps, distinctive trim,and more.1956 Oldsmobile 98 ConvertibleThis solid car features desirable colors, an automatictransmission, and such great features as an AM radio,Autronic Eye, a clock, power brakes, power steering,and a power top.1936 Ford Convertible SedanQuite rare as one of just 5,601 produced, this 1936 Ford Convertible Sedan is finishedin maroon with a brown leather interior and equipped with such desirable items asa Ford radio, a clock, a heater, a “banjo” steering wheel, an accessory grille, hoodtrim, and a trunk rack.1941 Cadillac Convertible SedanThis CCCA Full Classic is finished in black with a maroon leather interior and includesa clock, heater, radio, fender skirts, a nice wood grain dash, a tan Haartz top and a3-speed columns shift manual transmission.48 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1960 Cadillac series 62 ConvertibleThis Series 62 Convertible from 1960 is a solid, rustfreeexample that continues to benefit from a verygood-quality, 20-year-old restoration. Finished inwhite with a blue top and blue leather upholstery, itincludes an AM radio, power brakes, power windows,and a power top.1957 Studebaker Golden HawkThis supercharged Golden Hawk is an honest and solidrust-free car featuring a distinctive gold and whitecolor scheme as well as an automatic transmission,AM radio, clock, and power steering.1960 Chrysler Newport ConvertibleWith approximately 87,100 miles, this Newportconvertible is an honest and very original car withoriginal upholstery, an AM radio, and a power top.1941 Packard 120 ConvertibleA nice, older restoration in two-tone blue with dual side mounts, metal tire covers,a radio, clock, heater, fog lights, a grille guard, leather upholstery, and a canvas top.1957 Chrysler Imperial ConvertiblePurchased new by Dick Tracy cartoonist Ray Sleemen, this Imperial convertible is anincredible all-original car with 46,000 original miles. Features include a “Hemi” V-8,pushbutton automatic, AM radio, and power-operated brakes, steering, seat, top,and windows.1972 Buick LeSabre ConvertibleFinished in red with a white interior, this 1972 BuickLesabre convertible features a white top, whitewalltires, 5-spoke wheels, and more.1955 Ford ThunderbirdThis solid, rust-free example features an attractivecolor combination and an automatic transmission,both tops, an engine dress-up kit, fender skirts,Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels, power seats, and more.1972 Chevrolet Malibu ConvertibleFinished in Marina Blue with a white interior, this solidand remarkably original car is equipped with a 350 ci.V-8, a column-shift automatic transmission, an AMradio, a power top, power brakes, and power steering.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com49

The Rag Tops Auto Museum Collection • Offered Without Reserve1957 Chevrolet ConvertibleConversionConverted to a convertible, this 1957 Chevy featuresa Power Pack-equipped V-8, automatic transmission,fender skirts, “spinner” hubcaps, a power top with atop boot, and a desirable red exterior finish with a redand silver two-tone interior.1959 Edsel Corsair ConvertibleOne of just 1,343 originally built, this top-of-thelineEdsel Corsair convertible features 361 ci. V-8power and a two-tone black and red exterior, amatching interior, a black power top, an AM radio,a clock, and more.1969 Plymouth Satelite ConvertibleFinished in B5 Blue with a blue interior, this Satelliteconvertible is equipped with a 383 ci. V-8, a columnshiftautomatic, bench seat, power steering, a powertop, a wood grain steering wheel, and the originalwhite convertible top.1961 Plymouth Fury ConvertibleFinished in white with a red and white two-tone interior, this 1961 Plymouth FuryConvertible features distinctive one-year-only styling and is one of just 6,948examples originally built.1961 Chrysler 300G CoupeA rust-free Arizona car with the original pushbutton automatic transmission, this300G shows 59,000 miles and features desirable colors and desirable featuresincluding A/C, an AM radio, front buckets, a console, a clock, leather upholstery,power brakes, and power steering.1957 Chrysler 300 C CoupeThis 1957 Chrysler 300C “Letter Car” is trimmed withleather upholstery and powered by the famed 392 ci.“Hemi” V-8. Finished in white and tan, it is also equippedwith power brakes and power steering. It is one of only1,918 coupes produced.1959 Plymouth sport FuryRecalling the main character of Stephen King’s“Christine”, this top-of-the-line 1959 Sport Furyfeatures a white roof, a tan exterior, a brown interior,power steering, and a pushbutton-operated automatictransmission.1960 Plymouth Fury ConvertibleDistinctively finished in Powder Blue and white with awhite top, this Fury convertible is well equipped withan AM radio, power brakes, power steering, swivelingfront bucket seats and more.50 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1940 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet convertibleNo reserveOne of only 350 Cabriolets produced for 1940, this Continental is finished in maroonand nicely complemented by a tan top and a red interior.1947 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible CoupeThough an older restoration, this Series 62 Convertible Coupe continues to showvery nicely. It looks stunning in black with a dark maroon top and beautiful redleather interior. The Cadillac features an automatic transmission along with aradio, power windows, a drivers-side mounted spot light, and wide whitewalltires with stainless hubcaps.1940 Chevrolet Special DeluxeClub CoupeThis 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe benefits from acomplete frame-off restoration. This Arizona car retainsshow quality condition. Fresh from the restoration theodometer reads zero miles, this “Special Deluxe” wouldmake a great addition to any collection.1941 Buick SuperNo reserveBenefitting from a recent cosmetic freshening, thisexample is finished in metallic black with a paintedsilver roof and a grey cloth interior. Featuring the“Fireball Dynaflash straight-8 motor with dualStromberg carburetors and a three-speed column shiftmanual transmission, it remains in nice condition.1947 Packard Clipper TaxiThis very rare ‘47 Packard Clipper is an original taxicab with only 16,000 miles. Painted in maroon andyellow, this Clipper features the original Packard Taxisign and rear window that opens, an option foundonly on taxis.1940 Lincoln ContinentalConvertibleThis Continental is finished in the desirable colorcombination of a black exterior, accompanied by a redleather interior and tan top. Powered by the powerfulLincoln V-12 engine mated to a 3-speed manualtransmission. It comes from a prominent privatecollection and is a full CCCA Classic.1948 Hudson Super 6 Business CoupeOffered in mostly original condition, this, “Super 6”is complete with the famous “Hornet” Twin H Powerengine and 3-speed column shift manual transmission.1947 Lincoln ContinentalConvertibleFinished in a tan color this is an older restoration thatstill shows well with an excellent convertible topand interior. Driven weekly in Carmel, California, thissporty V-12 Continental Convertible will prove to be agreat tour car for its next proud owner.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com51

1963 Dodge Max Wedge Tribute1968 Dodge Coronet R/TNo reserve1970 Dodge Challenger RT Convertible1970 Cadillac Convertible1972 Cadillac Eldorado CoupeNo reserve1976 Cadillac Eldorado ConvertibleNo reserve1954 MG TF roadster1962 Austin Healey BJ7 roadster1974 BMW 20021958 BMW Isetta Convertible1984 Ferrari 400i1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL1970 Volvo P1800 coupe1976 BMW 20021973 Mercedes-Benz 280 SEL52 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1927 Chevrolet LandauNo reserve1938 Chevrolet RumbleSeat Convertible1966 Ford Mustang ConvertibleNo reserve1972 Chevrolet El CaminoNo reserve1978 Chevrolet El CaminoNo reserve1985 Chevrolet El Camino SS1973 Lincoln Continental Mark IIINo reserve1979 Lincoln Continental Mark VNo reserve1984 Cadillac Eldorado Custom1961 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Convertible1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Custom1979 Oldsmobile Toronado1970 Chevrolet El CaminoNo reserve1967 Chevrolet Nova 2-door Hardtop1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Convertible877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com53

1937 Buick 4-Door Sedan1950 Buick 50 Super 2-door HardtopNo reserve1965 Buick GS Custom Convertible1928 Ford Model A RumbleSeat Roadster1929 Chevrolet Roadster customNo reserve1930 Ford 5-Window Coupe custom1965 Volkswagon Beetle convertible1973 Volkswagen Thing Convertible1970 Volkswagen KarmannGhia Coupe1955 Ford Thunderbird1956 Ford Thunderbird Convertible1957 Ford Thunderbird ConvertibleNo reserve1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible1964 Ford Falcon Futura Convertible1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible54 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1988 Avanti ConvertibleRed with a tan interior, this Avanti sports a V-8 engine andan automatic transmission. Features A/C, cruise control,power windows, seats, and top, all of which are in goodworking order. An excellent low mileage example.1995 Dodge ViperExceptional overall, with only an approximate 17,300miles, professionally detailed and equipped with thestandard 6-speed manual transmission, factory-correctand excellent alloy wheels, a black soft top, and more.2002 Factory Five CobraReplica RoadsterThis Factory 5 Roadster features a 5.0-liter V-8, automatic,B&M shifter, S-W gauges, side exhaust, power brakes,power steering, Center Line wheels with BFG radials, andmore.2008 Chevrolet Corvette C6SuperchargedPowered by a supercharged 6.2-liter LS3 engine, this6-speed 2008 C6 Corvette produces an incredible 670 hp.It is loaded with a long list of performance options makingthis Lingenfelter Vette not only beautiful, but very fast!1986 Chevrolet CorvetteNo reserveGarage-kept, well-maintained, and single ownershipfor the past 24 years. Features a 5.7-liter V-8 withsport seats, aluminum wheels, A/C, cruise, a Bosestereo, anti-theft and a recent complete service.1993 Cadillac AllantePriced nearly $60,000 when new, this Allante showsapproximately 31,000 miles and remains exceptional.With crisp Pininfarina styling and too many featuresto list, it will make a nice addition to any collection.1955 Studebaker President SpeedsterA body-off restoration and just 2,215 built. Finishedin “lemon and lime” and featuring a 175 hp V-8,automatic, duals, power brakes and steering, widewhitewalls and chrome wires. Complete with tools,manuals, and Studebaker accessories.1974 Volkswagen Thing1974 was only the second year the Volkswagen Thingwas sold in the U.S. This Thing has been nicely restoredand displays a bright orange exterior and runs wellpowered by a 70 hp air-cooled 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine.1978 Volkswagen Beetle ConvertibleNicely restored original California car that runs anddrives very well and shows approximately 3,600 miles,believed since restoration. Features include an AlpineCD player. Canadian Title is marked “Reassembled.”1970 Cadillac LimousineNo reserveFinished in black with a black padded roof and blackchauffeur’s compartment. Formerly owned by countrysinger Johnny Paycheck, known for recording “TakeThis Job and Shove It.” Well equipped and customizedfor Paycheck.1975 Checker Marathon Taxi CabFinished in yellow with a black interior, this examplesports NYC taxicab decals and comes with a Checkerlight-up sign and a fare meter. Featuring an automatictransmission and a straight six, it is also equipped with aSony tape player, A/C, power brakes and power steering.1977 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow IIWith a powerful alloy V-8, this Silver Shadow showsapproximately 41,000 miles. Finished in Gold withbrown cloth upholstery, it includes A/C, powerwindows, power steering, power locks, and an AM/FM radio with 8-track.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com55

1957 Mercury Monterey Hardtop1957 Chevrolet 150 2-door Post1957 Buick Roadmaster 75 Sedan1953 Ford Mainline Sedan1955 Cadillac Coupe DeVille1960 Mercury Monterey Sedan1955 Ford F-100 Custom Pickup1951 Chevrolet Custom Pickup1986 Chevrolet Suburban Stretchno reserve1989 Bentley turbo rEx-Farrah Fawcett/Ryan O’Neal1969 Pontiac Tempest Coupeno reserve1973 Pontiac Trans Am1963 Dodge 440 2-Door Post1973 Dodge Charger SE Hardtop1979 Dodge Magnum R/Tno reserve56 AUBURN FallSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1997 Chevrolet CamaroZ-28 Convertible “runaway bride”movie car2001 Ford Bullitt Mustang1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435Roadster1990 Buick Reatta coupeno reserve1990 Ford Mustang GT Convertibleno reserve1994 Jaguar XJS V-12 GrandTouring Coupe2003 Jaguar XK8 coupe2004 Dodge Viper SRT/10 Roadster2007 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG1971 Chevrolet Corvette LT1 Coupe1980 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe1981 Chevrolet Corvette coupe1986 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible1988 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com57

1968 Pontiac GTO Ram Air IIConvertible1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442Convertible2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 GTR1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible1968 Buick Riviera1974 Ford Ranchero GTno reserve1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible1971 Volkswagen Beetle Coupe1968 Chevrolet Impala SS 2-DoorHardtop1968 Shelby Clone Convertibleno reserve2001 Plymouth Prowler Convertible2009 Kurt Busch Penske Nascar COT1972 Chevrolet El Camino custom1973 Buick Boattail Riviera1975 Jeep CJ5no reserve58 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

Auctions America together with GlenN Bator bring youa new World-Class Vintage motorcycle divisionIn direct response to client requests, Auctions America recently created a motorcycle division to better serve the needs of all ourcustomers. The division is headed up by well-respected industry expert Glenn Bator of Bator International. Glenn has been restoringmotorcycles for a number of years and is well known for having organized motorcycle shows and auctions at such prime settingsas the Barber Vintage Festival and the Daytona Bike Week—venues that will now be found on the Auctions America event roster.The union of Bator International and Auctions America will bring the vintage motorcycle collecting world to the top tier of personaland professional service with a line-up of auctions throughout North America. If you have a great bike or collection to sell, AuctionsAmerica is now poised to provide the expert advice you need to get the best results. No collection is too large or too small!We are very excited to present our first extensive bike offering at the Auburn Fall event, with some of the highlights pictured on thefollowing pages. If you have any questions about these bikes, or anything else related to the new motorcycle division, please don’thesitate to contact one of our knowledgeable motorcycle specialists listed below.Glenn Bator805-798-1802gbator@auctionsamerica.comWayne Pitt734-664-8964wpitt@auctionsamerica.comThe Redneck VincentBased on the legendary 1951 Vincent Black Shadow engine this Redneck Vincent is exceptionally beautiful with its sleek chassis design. It is considered one of the finesthandcrafted custom motorcycles ever built and has proven to be extremely dependable and a strong runner.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com59

1967 TRIUMPH Bonneville TT SpeciaLTriumph’s classic factory production racer. Thisexample has undergone a full mechanical and cosmeticrestoration to bring it back to a concourse condition.1982 Honda cx500 turboThe world’s first turbo-charged production bikeincluding injection and a radical fairing. This CX500Turbo (aka CX500TC) is in extremely good conditionwith all original components and livery.1922 harley-davidson J ModelAt 89 years old this Harley is a true survivor. Rusty,dusty, pitted, dented, faded, but most importantly,still running! Equipped with with ‘Non-Skid’ tires,acetylene headlamp, tail lamp and canister. Originalleather seat and factory exhaust cut out.1929 EXCELSIOR Super-X Streamliner 45ci v-twinRecipient of a professional restoration completed by Glenn Bator in the mid-1990s forthe Otis Chandler Vintage Museum. This magnificent example is equipped with a 45ci. V- Twin engine with a 3-speed transmission and remains complete in every detail.1950 ariel red hunterDesigned by the firm’s chief designer Val Page in 1932 and later revised by EdwardTurner with updated designs such as added chrome, rear suspension and telescopicforks. Champion Sammy Miller had great success with a 500cc Red Hunter. This is avery fine example that is reported to be a very good runner with original livery.1917 indian TwinThe engine on this 1917 Indian Twin “Power Plus” has been professionally restoredand has seen zero miles since completion. This Indian is certainly eye-catching withits red paint, white tires and beautifully detailed engine.1914 indian TwinThe Hedstrom engine in this 1914 Indian TT Twin “Isle of Man” has been fullyrestored and detailed. Along with the soup can carb, fully functioning clutch and bellcrank control, this Indian looks very nice with its contrasting white tires.60 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

1954 MUSTANG Military Tribute1959 tehuelche 75cc Racing Machine MotorcycleFully restored by a former factory mechanic, this wonderful 75cc racing bike is one of very few left in the world. Atruly amazing overhead cam motorcycle that was far ahead of it’s time. The only “true” Argentine motorcycle everproduced. Conceived and created by two Italian immigrants after the 2nd world war.1968 TRIUMPH Tiger1959 norton ES21971 norton Commando 750cc1976 triumph Bonneville1952 arial Square 41990 harley-davidson fat boy1951 harley-davidson 45ci1939 BSA M202005 harley-davidson Road Kingwith side car1972 BSA B50 Scrambler877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com61

1964 Harley-Davidson Panhead Bobber1948 INDIAN Chief1950 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Pan Head1927 DOUGLAS2002 HARLEY-DAVIDSON SportsterThis 2002 Rusty Wallace Edition Harley DavidsonSportster is one of 11 built it has only an approximate23 miles. There are two signatures on this Sportster -one at the factory and the other obtained at MichiganInternational Speedway!62 AUBURN FALLSEPTEMBER 1-4, 2011

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Buyer InformationAutomobiles – 10% commission will be addedto the final bid of each automotive lot purchased.All Other Lots – 15% commission will be addedto the final bid of all other lots purchased.Wiring InstructionsPlease wire funds in US dollars to:Comerica Bank500 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI, 48226Please credit the account of:Auctions America by RMBranch or ABA: 072 000 096Account No. 1852654506INSURANCEInsurance needs can be met with ourofficial classic car insurance partner, Hylant.Representatives will be present on-site. Forfurther information, please contact:Hylant SolutionsCall 866-234-1218 or visit financing available through oursponsor J.J. Best Classic Car Financing. Applyonline now at will be onsite to assist clientswishing to transport an automobile purchased atauction. For further information, please contact:Passport Transport1-800-325-4267www.passporttransport.comReliable Carriers1-800-833-7411www.reliablecarriers.comPlease note it will be the buyer’s responsibilityin assuming all financial obligations regardingshipment. All lots purchased must be paidin full prior to their release to the shippingcompany. Upon their release it will be thebuyer’s responsibility to adequately insure allitems as Auctions America by RM assumes noresponsibility for lost or damaged items as aresult of transport following the sale. Pleasecontact us for further information regardingshipping prior to the sale to satisfy anyquestions prior to bidding.AccuracyAlthough every effort is made to ensure theaccuracy of the information contained in thisbrochure and on the website, such informationis provided by the seller and may not be verifiedby Auctions America by RM prior to the saletime. Any additional information or correctionsknown at sale time will be announced by theauctioneer. Buyers are advised to rely upon theirown inspections as all sales are made on an “asis, where is” basis. Auctions America by RMaccepts no responsibility for the condition of anyitems offered.cancellationsDue to factors beyond the control of AuctionsAmerica by RM, it is possible that one ormore lots described in this brochure or on ourwebsite may not be present for sale. Biddersare advised to check shortly before sale timefor updated information.Seller InformationAuctions America by RM encourages and welcomes your presence at the sale. You will be providedwith complimentary admission and bidder registration to the event. We do our best to put on anauction that is entertaining as it is result-driven. Once the auction is over and a successful bidder haspurchased your automobile, you will receive a check or wire transfer within ten business days.For more information on how to consign your motor car, please visit or bycalling 877-906-2437Entry FeescarsSTANDARD ENTRIES Thursday Friday Saturday SundayNo Reserve $75 $125 $200 $150Reserve $150 $250 $350 $300PRIME-TIME ENTRIESNo Reserve $150 $300 $500 $350Reserve $300 $450 $650 $500motorcylesSTANDARD ENTRIES SaturdayNo Reserve $75Reserve $125PRIME-TIME ENTRIESNo Reserve $150Reserve $250memorabiliaMemorabilia items have an entry fee of $50 per lot.Please note: Any vehicle consignments(with or without reserve) with lessthan $10,000 value will becharged 8% seller commission.Seller CommissionUpon all sales of the lot, the seller will pay salescommission as follows:Memorabilia items – 15%Automobiles/bikes with reserve – 8%Automobiles/bikes without reserve – 6%Sale entry fee is non-refundable and is notcredited towards sales commissions.Vehicle Check-InMonday, August 29, 2011 – 9:00am - 6:00pmTuesday, August 30, 2011 – 9:00am - 6:00pmWednesday, August 31, 2011 – 9:00am - 8:00pmPlease bring your ORIGINAL title with you tothe auction office to finalize your vehicle checkinprocedure. While on-site, fire and safetyregulations require that we keep the keys tothe auction vehicles. If you wish to retain yourkeys, please bring an extra set with you. As areminder, if you are a consignor from a statethat allows you to transfer your license platesfrom one vehicle to another, please do notforget to remove your license plate once yourvehicle is sold.68 AUBURN FALLSEPTember 1-4, 2011

www.auctionsamerica.comBid from anywhereA variety of different bidding methods are availableto suit your needs – whether you attend the salein person, or prefer to bid from the comfort of yourown home via absentee, online or telephone bidding,you can arrange everything in advance by contactingAuctions America Client Services.WATCH LIVEAttend in person or view the auction live onwww.auctionsamerica.comFor a complete list and images of this collection, visitwww.auctionsamerica.comTerms and conditionsTerms of PaymentTerms of Sale: ALL BIDS ARE FINAL AT AUCTION.At auction there is no ¨cooling off period¨. If youare awarded the final bid, ownership changeshands at the drop of the gavel. You own themerchandise and are responsible for payment infull. No bidder may retract a bid made during thesale for any reason.Payment of 10% of the purchase price isdue immediately upon the auctioneer’sdeclaration of sale. The balance is due in fullon or before 3:00 pm on the first business dayfollowing the auction. All payments must bein the form of cash or certified funds unlessother arrangements have been approved inadvance. Cash payments will be reportedaccording to U.S. Federal governmentrequirements. Should a bidder default onpayment in any manner whatsoever, withoutlimiting any recourse AA may have, bidderagrees to pay AA all lost auction fees (whichis the maximum published rates for (1) theseller’s commission, (2) the buyer’s premium,and (3) the entry), this amount is due andpayable without relief. Bidder will also beliable to seller for its damages. Bidder herebyauthorizes AA to deduct these lost auctionfees from bidder’s cash deposit, or to chargethis amount to bidder’s credit card provided.Bidder agrees not to dispute this charge withthe credit card company at any time. Bidderagrees to also pay AA’s costs of collection,including attorneys’ fees and costs.Conditions of SaleInformation contained in the Auctions Americaauction catalogs and brochures are based on eitherdetailed reports prepared by independent expertsor based on information provided by the consignorto the best of their knowledge. Neither Consignornor Auctions America warrants or represents thatthe information contained therein is accurateand therefore the Bidder acknowledges that heor she accepts that the information contained inthe catalog is a statement of opinion and not astatement of fact and is satisfied with and assumesfull responsibility for the accuracy and content ofthe catalog and brochure descriptions. All vehiclesare sold as is, where is, with no representationsor warranties, expressed or implied. CONSIGNORAND AUCTIONS AMERICA BY RM, INC. DISCLAIMALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ASTO CONDITION, ORIGINALITY, OR AUTHENTICITY,ORIGIN OR PROVENANCE, PREVIOUS USEOR OWNERSHIP, MANUFACTURING ORRESTORATION PROCESSES, YEAR OR AGE, SERIALNUMBER, MAKE, MODEL, OPTIONS, TOOLS, ORMILEAGE OF ANY VEHICLE OR COMPONENT OFANY VEHICLE, AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY ORFITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.Risk or LossBidder is responsible of all risk of loss or damageimmediately upon purchase of the vehicle or item,which occurs at the time of sale when bidder isdeclared by the auctioneer to have the successfulbid. All vehicles or items purchased must beremoved from the auction site at the bidder’sexpense immediately following the sale. If notremoved by the end of the day following the sale,AA will remove the vehicle or item with all costs ofmoving and storage to be paid by the bidder.Other TermsVehicles not marked as “no reserve” (or similar)are subject to a reserve bid set by the Consignor.When a vehicle is sold subject to such a reservebid the auctioneer may bid on the Consignor’sbehalf in an amount not to exceed the amount ofthe reserve bid. Bidder is responsible to pay allcity, state or other taxes due for which the buyerdoes not qualify as exempt. Proof of exemption isbidder’s responsibility. All terms of sale posted onthe auction premises, printed in sale brochures orforms, publicly announced, or otherwise publishedare incorporated herein by reference. In the eventeither party brings action against the other arisingfrom or relating to this bid card or any auctionheld in connection with, the prevailing party, asdetermined by the court, shall be entitled to recoverits reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs. The law ofthe state in which the auction is held shall governthe provisions of this bid card. Jurisdiction forany action brought shall lie exclusively in a courtof competent jurisdiction in the judicial district inwhich the auction is located. You are responsiblefor all bids made with this bidder number, whetheror not made by you and whether or not authorizedby you. If your bidder card is lost or stolen,immediately report to AA as all bids made with thisbidder number will be your responsibility.877-906-2437www.auctionsamerica.com3

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