Barrett-Jackson’s 2017 Scottsdale Auction Will Feature an Extraordinary Docket of Rare Mopars
The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions®, will feature an extraordinary docket of rare Mopars during the 46th Annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction, to be held Jan. 14-22, 2017, at the WestWorld of Scottsdale in Arizona. One of the most rare and collectible among those crossing the Scottsdale auction block is a ’70 Plymouth HEMI ’Cuda (Lot #1392), which is one of only 14 built, has a significant race history and set national records.
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Driven: 1970 Buick Electra 225 Custom Limited Sport Coupe
Who doesn’t love the power and drama of a good, old-fashioned American muscle car? The genre always suggests images of wild racing stripes, ram air hood intakes, fat tires, and an engine bay bursting with a massive V8 engine.
So why are we so smitten with this big brown Buick? It’s definitely no Road Runner when it comes to visual impact – sorry, there is no SubLime green or Go ManGo paint job to be found here.
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Show-Quality 1969 Camaro Z/28 for the Street and Strip
You’ve probably heard of muscle cars referred to as Pro Street, Street/Strip, Pro Touring, and Street Machines, but we bet you’ve never heard of Show/Strip. What is Show/Strip? Glad you asked. If you looked it up in your handy-dandy muscle car dictionary you would find a picture of Kathy Hoover’s 1969 Camaro Z/28. Her Chevy was built to handle a lot more than just the local car show—it was also built to race.
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Steven Tyler among celebs selling off classic cars for charity
Celebrities from Steven Tyler to Kurt Russell will hawk their hot wheels at the annual Barrett-Jackson classic car auction next month, where star attendees have included gear heads like Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld.
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4 Great Places That You Can Sell Your Classic Car Fast
If you have a muscle car or a classic car you may not realize it but you actually own a piece of history. There are less and less of these cars still on the road and these are in great demand with many buyers. Buyers will buy cars with all types of problems, Many buyers will buy only cars that need restored so that they can do it themselves while others will only buy cars that have been restored. There is no shortage of buyers for old cars.
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