Tom Mack has once again picked Motorious to hos their second ever online auction.
In a historic move in the auction industry, Tom Mack trusted Motorious to host their first online auction in history in June, and now it's happening again! As a result of ongoing restrictions and public health concerns, combined with the massive interest and results, Tom Mack has decided to open their auction up to internet bidding once again.
Starting Saturday, September 12th at 9am, you can bid right here on Motorious in the Tom Mack Classics Fall Online Auctions. The bidding is underway, with lots closing this Saturday, September 19th.
Here is a small taste of what you'll have the opportunity to bid on once you sign up:
This Jaguar is in excellent condition, with Heritage certificate, according to the seller. Seller also states that the engine is strong and runs great, and the transmission shifts smoothly. The carburetors were professionally rebuilt by Island Automotion (Victoria, BC) in 2019. This E-type has been in the same family since 1976 and the frame-off body work was completed in 1994, then the car then went into storage untill 2015. Since being awakened from storage, it has been driven less than 4,000 Miles. The paint, chrome, and mechanicals are all in good condition according to the seller. Since 2015 the car has received: A new fuel tank and sender, new stainless steel exhaust pipes, new distributor, plug wires, an updated radiator and cooling fans (Cool Cats model), Electronic ignition, and an updated coil. In 2020 Classic air conditioning was installed and works great.
A Charlotte, NC collector found the solid original Shelby in a high performance Ford collection not far from his home in 2010. He then selected Concord, NC restorer and Mustang expert, the late Monroe Withers, to restore his prized Shelby GT-350. The ultra-high-quality highly detailed restoration, according to the owner, "took three years and one day." There have only been 116 miles put on this piece of automotive history since the restoration. According to the owner, "as well as I remember the engine was rebuilt by a local race engine builder, and is very peppy". He also maintains that this Shelby is one of the tightest and best driving of the many Fords that he has had restored. It is resplendent in the original color of Grabber Blue with white Clarion Knit bucket seat interior.
Except for an older show quality repaint in the original color of Matador Red, this gorgeous 442 is all original and has only covered 14,387 miles since new. The seller is willing to sign a mileage statement as he got one when he purchased it, but North Carolina DMV does not put miles on titles of antique cars, so it will have to be sold "mileage exempt". However once you see the exemplary original condition on this muscle car, you will have no doubt about the miles. Absolutely stunning in Matador Red with white bucket seat with console interior, car features the 455 Rocket V-8 with forced air induction which is mated to a 4-Speed manual gearbox. Car features the luxury of power steering and power brakes. We are told by a previous owner that the car had every emblem and piece of chrome removed prior to the show-quality repaint.
Check out this unrestored original 1968 Camaro with 41K documented miles and history back to new. It has a numbers matching 295-HP 350 V8, 4-Speed, 3:73 Positraction rear, the original Teal Blue Poly factory finish, original black standard bucket seat interior with console, original black vinyl top. Original spare tire & tools. When the car was in its infancy, th original owner added a tach, gauges, and hood pins, which were popular at the time. If you want a mostly untouched virgin original Camaro Super Sport, this could be your chance.
You can check all of the boxes on this one. A complete no-expense spared professional build was just completed less than 4,000 miles ago, with over $100,000.00 invested. The drivetrain features include a custom tube chassis, 4-link rear suspension, with a narrowed "Nodular" rear end assembly, a custom built heavy duty 700 R4 automatic transmission, rack and pinion steering, and 4-wheel disc brakes. The body is from "Outlaw" custom builders. And let's not forget the 750 horsepower "Big Al's Toybox" supercharged 496-cubic inch big block with an 871 Blower.
This post only highlights parts of the stories behind each car. However, each lot shows the full story, fascinating story behind each of these rare classics. Please visit each lot to learn more, and check out the many other cars you can bid on in this incredible auction! Start your registration process here.