If you’ve never been to a GAA Classic Cars event, you are missing out on a fantastic opportunity to bid on some of the most collectible cars.
Coming up at the end of the month, GAA Classic Cars’ latest event is scheduled for April 22, 23, & 24. Over the span of three days 650 classic, muscle, and unique vehicles will roll across the auction block, some of which are a part of the Ron Jones Collection. Auctioning this particular private Tennessee collection is going to be exciting, not just because of the 175 fantastic vehicles that are included, but also because there is no reserve on the cars. Three examples from this collection include three incredible Mopars, a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird, a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi, and a 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon.
This Loud Mouth Lime 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is a numbers matching example that has been signed by Richard Petty himself. Under the hood is the iconic 440-cid powerhouse featuring a six-barrel, three-carb induction setup. An inspection was carried out by Galen Govier, the car is number 1303 on the NASCAR List, and as substantiated by the Chrysler Registry it is number 1384 of 1935 Superbirds Built. Other features include an automatic transmission, a vinyl interior, radio, and a heater.
While it may be hard to beat the iconic Superbird, this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T HEMI is gonna give it a shot. Finished in Metallic Green, this is better optioned Chargers of the 1960s. It features a 4-speed manual transmission, a positraction rear end, a vinyl bucket seat interior complete with a center console, a radio, a heater, and a vinyl top. Of course the main attraction is under the hood though. The 426-cid HEMI V8 engine features dual 4-barrel carburetors.
Although, the 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon may not have much of a status as a classic yet, when it comes to collectibility, this car is up there with the greats. In its single year of production, just 3,300 of the fastest muscle cars were ever made. This race ready example features a safety kit, a roll bar, Mopar’s Race Package, and its factory crate. According to the current owner, the supercharged HEMI V8 only has 9-miles on the clock. This is an awesome opportunity to own one of Chrysler Corporation's most powerful production cars to date.