The classic and collector car market is a fantastically diverse tapestry of vehicles from every breed and era. Delving into the classifieds reveals some real gems waiting to find a new home with both enthusiasts and serious collectors alike. Every week we’ll be highlighting the top cars in need of a new home that caught our eye.
George and Sam Barris started building “Kustom” cars in the 1940s and, by 1958, had Hollywood knocking on their door to craft unique vehicles for the silver screen. The pair's first Hollywood commissioned work was showcased in the 1958 film, High School Confidential. However, while Barris made a name for himself with the Munster and 1966 Batmobile, our favorite from the Barris garage remains lesser known.
This 1985 Bremen Sebring is a true exotic all the way down to the way you enter this slick and sporty coupe. Streetside Classics is pleased to offer up this distinct vehicle for your consideration at an asking price of $21,995. It’s quite incredible how something this distinct can also be so affordable; you can make an offer on the car right here. Titled as a “1985 Special Construction” vehicle, the sale of this Sebring comes with all the build receipts and original promotional materials.
This 1963 Corvette is a GM factory Pilot Line Car, designated as serial Number #18. That means it's the 18th Corvette to come off the assembly line for the 1963 corvette year model - although, the car was actually built in early 1962.
Finding a well-preserved survivor from the golden age of American muscle cars is something to be celebrated. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible is just such a vehicle. Not only has it been well-preserved, that striking Dover White paint is original. That’s difficult to believe, considering how glassy smooth the exterior looks from end to end. Thanks to Arizona Muscle Cars, such an amazing time capsule is now available for you to purchase.
The first-generation Ford GT is an American supercar that holds down the top spot on many dream car lists. That dream could easily be turned into a reality with this low-mileage 2005 Ford GT now available through an upcoming virtual auction held by The Vault. This mid-engine beauty would make the perfect addition to any car collection. Slathered in Colorado Red and adorned with white stripes, only 766 Ford GTs were produced in red for 2005.
GR Auto Gallery is excited to announce this striking 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle for consideration as an addition to your garage. This particular Chevelle badged as a SS car is, from their determination, a Malibu Sports Coupe with a 396 cubic-inch V8 with 325 horsepower and manual transmission as the engine number is TO306JA. The trim tag states that this was a paint code 55 or Turquoise car. There are also several parts on the car trim wise that would make GR feel more comfortable saying that this example is a clone. Regardless of what you want to call it, this beauty would make a valuable and stunning addition to your collection.
Except for the ZR-1, the C4 Corvette doesn't get a lot of love, but as prices of C3 Corvettes continues to climb, the fourth-gen 'Vette could start getting some of the respect it deserves. And when it comes to clean, investment-grade C4s, this 1990 Chevrolet Corvette is about as good as they get.
Roll in style while picking up that new couch from the furniture store in this beautiful 1959 Ford Ranchero. This classic car-pickup blend would make the perfect addition to your garage. This multi-purpose vintage vehicle will hit the online auction block through The Vault between August 28th – September 11th.
GAA Classic Cars will be holding their next auction from Thursday, November 7, 2019 through Saturday, November 8, 2019. The first day of the auction begins with 30 to 40 pieces of classic memorabilia followed by 190 vehicles. The following day, Friday, will see 255 vehicles being offered up for sale. Lastly, there will be 195 vehicles offered up for auction on the final day. One of the vehicles slated to cross the auction block on that Saturday is the 1957 Ford Custom Sedan restomod you see here. This particular classic (lot # ST0105) is part of the George Shinn Collection and will sell at no reserve.
The modern Dodge Demon may have taken over the moniker when it comes to popularity, but it was not the first to carry the name. This classic 1972 Dodge Demon from GR Auto Gallery is an excellent reminder that the badge was initially worn by a car that now screams of collector status.
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