Which would you take home?
The collector truck segment is absolutely exploding! It is the premier market for people looking to start their collection, or elevate it. These trucks have moved from farm vehicles and work horses, to weekend cruisers and show pieces. Here are some of the highlights of this segment that will be featured at the Worldwide Auctioneers auction taking places at the end of this month.
1969 Chevy El Camino
Chevy created the El Camino as a coupe utility vehicle unlike anything else in their lineup. They essentially took a station wagon and gave it a truck bed, and we love them for it. This black Chevy El Camino is powered by a 454 cubic-inch V8 engine, that has less than 500 miles on it since rebuilt. It is backed by a rebuilt high performance CH transmission that feeds into a 3.73 geared rearend. See it here.
1963 GMC Pickup
This LS powered restomod GM pickup truck is ready for a fierce and unafraid new owner. It has a 6-speed transmission, custom chassis, air suspension and tubular suspension, Wilwood brakes, Budnik custom wheels, Vintage Air, custom bodywork, and laser straight paintwork. It also has LED lighting and a leather interior. See it here.
1967 Chevrolet K10
A subject of a frame-off restoration in 2021, this truck has only been driven 700 miles since the build. Upgrades include a full a/c and hot blowing heat. It’s powered by a Chevy 350 V8 engine, which is backed by a DM405 transmission. See it here.
To see more great cars for sale and to learn more about bidding live at the auction on May 13th at Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley, Colorado, visit Specialty Auto Auction. Consignment List Bidding is also available on Proxibid.com if you cannot be in Greeley.