1969 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup

  • 350-ci V8 engine with 4-bbl
  • Turbo-Hydramatic transmission
  • Frame-off restoration
  • Original Protect-O-Plate, owner’s manual and sales books
  • Loaded with some of the rarest options
  • Factory a/c, power steering and brakes
  • Factory cruise control, rare speed alert
  • Engine-block heater
  • Tilt wheel
  • Deluxe Interior with bucket seats, console and headliner
  • Deluxe gauge package
  • AM/FM radio
  • Oak bed floor
  • Deluxe wheel covers
  • Correct double-band whitewalls
  • Restoration receipts and thumb drive of pictures
  • Highly detailed with correct tags and chalk marks

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad

  • Beautifully finished in its as-delivered Calypso Cream and Grecian Gold paint
  • Winner of numerous First in Class awards
  • Trendsetting 1950s style with much room in the back
  • The car that defined an era
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1932 Ford “404 Jr.” Roadster

  • Virtually unbeatable on Los Angeles-area drag strips in the 1950s
  • Former NHRA Street Roadster Class world-record holder
  • Fully restored by Dave Crouse, formerly Custom Auto, Loveland, CO
  • Powered by a full race 314-ci Ford flathead V8 with 4 carburetors, Harrell heads and an
  • Isky “404” radius-tappet camshaft
  • Featured in The Rodder’s Journal, Issue 32
  • Dean Bachelor Award winner at the 2007 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
  • Selected in 2007 as one of the most significant 1932 Ford hot rods of Read More

1952 Hudson Hornet 6 NASCAR racer

  • Driven and owned by NASCAR legend Herb Thomas during ’52 and ’53 seasons
  • Presented in original racing livery; factory “Severe Usage” items throughout
  • The last and only known Hudson factory “Fabulous Hudson Hornet” NASCAR racer in existence

1945 Dodge WC-58 Command Car

While the Army’s light-vehicle needs in World War II were met by Willys and Ford Jeeps, heavier trucks were largely the purview of Dodge. Over the course of the war, some 700,000 vehicles in the VC and WC series, from ½-ton to 1½-tons, were delivered to U.S. forces. Most numerous are the WCs, a nomenclature commonly believed to derive from “Weapons Carrier.” In fact, it was Dodge’s own company designation, dating from 1941 and unchanged for the duration.

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1965 Plymouth Belvedere Coupe

  • Custom California car built by Mopar restorer Bob Munoa
  • From the Denny Guest Collection
  • Custom Hemi altered-wheelbase car
  • 426 Hemi engine built to 528 ci
  • Hilborn fuel injection
  • MSD ignition system
  • Push-button 3-speed automatic transmission
  • A990 lightweight custom bucket seats
  • Full roll cage
  • Trunk-mounted battery
  • Custom graphic design
  • Tinted windows
  • Solid body
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