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October 2, 2018

By: Sinjin

CARS

5 Can’t Miss Cars At Upcoming AuctionTime Auction

Lot # 7538 – 1987 Buick Grand National


All good things come to an end, and Buick decided to go out with a bang for its final Grand National. In 1987, a lightweight WE4 (turbo T) option was offered and only 1,547 of this variant were produced. This is a mint 1987 Buick Grand National with the WE4 option that is extremely well taken care of and all original; including, its badging to let everyone know you are driving a Grand National. The engine bay is very clean and houses the 3.8L turbo charged V6 rated at 235hp and 330lb-ft. Despite being over 30 years old this Buick is still grand and once the turbo spools up it pounces forward and throws the driver back in their seat like the good old days.

The interior is a two-tone gray and black color scheme. Everything inside is original except for an A-pillar mounted Auto Meter boost gauge. The original Delco radio, floor mats, gauges, and controls are all in very good working shape. It is a very spacious and comfortable interior. The black original paint is in extremely good condition as the car has always been garaged kept.

Lot # 8659 – 2017 VooDoo Viper

The rarest of rare at only 31 produced worldwide, this is a guaranteed ROI, one of the last production Dodge Vipers. It is no. 29 of the final 31 produced and has only 11 transport miles on it, she still retains all of the pre-delivery prep on the seats, shifter, and glovebox. This Voodoo II’ 645hp and 600lb.-ft. of torque engine has never been on the road or track.

Lot # 8655 – 1981 BMW M1

 

One of the Rarest BMWs produced in the world with only 453 units produced and 20 of them being racecars! This specific M1 has not been offered for sale for over 30 years and has just 8,000 original miles. Additionally, it still sports the original paint, motor, trans, and all body components. It has not been restored, only maintained and stored indoors throughout its life.

The interior is in great shape, but it’s truly the original exterior Alpine White paint that steals the show from a cosmetic perspective. Though the true show is under the hood, there is a reason that so many became racecars after all. A hand assembled 3.5l straight 6 produces 274hp and 243lb.-ft. of torque. And despite the age and original condition of this motor whoever buys it is looking to be able to drive it straight home… If they’re that kinda crazy.

Lot #3368 – 1966 Chevrolet Corvette

This 1966 Chevrolet Corvette is out of the Stork Stingray Collection. It is a concourse restored, numbers matching 1966 Chevrolet Corvette in flawless Nassau blue.

You can eat off the bottom of this beauty, the paint is stunning, and it runs and drives like new. It has never seen rain, and I think we are the first people to really stretch her legs since the rotisserie restoration. This car is not for the purist, this car is for someone looking to win every event they go to, this Vette is a piece of jewelry.

Lot # 3073 – 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

 

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette carries with it the National Corvette Restorers Society’s Top Flight Award, an honor that places it in the upper echelon of the Corvette community.

Produced on February 1, 1967, and delivered to O’Meara Scutt Motor Co. in Angleton, Texas, this is a very rare example of the final iteration of the mid-year Corvette combining big-block power with factory air conditioning in the convertible body style. Driven by Zora Arkus-Duntov’s insistence on further developing the third-generation Corvette, Chevrolet delayed its introduction to 1968 and reinstated the second-generation Sting Ray for 1967, resulting in what many Corvette faithful consider the finest of that generation and one of the best Corvettes ever made.

Its matching-numbers L36 427/390 HP V-8 with K66 transistorized ignition is complemented with a Muncie 4-speed and G81 Positraction differential with flexible 3.36:1 gearing. Factory air conditioning and an AM/FM radio round out this car’s many desirable features, all of which are listed on the all-important tank sticker.

Proxi Bidding Opens:
October 3rd at 5pm
Bidding Ends:
October 9th
Live online only bidding begins 10:am CST and will close same day

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