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February 12, 2019

By: Jonathan


5 Must See Cars From U.S. Marshals Auction

Ain’t no auction like a United States Marshals Service auction! Woop woop! The same Apple Auctioneering auction that saw Gas Monkey’s F40 sell for $760,000 yesterday also had some other notable cars in the mix. This also makes you wonder why car collectors have such a hard time not breaking the law, but their misfortune is someone else’s fortune by way of these five classics sold yesterday.

1969 Chevrolet Corvette L88

Not a lot listed about this ‘Vette other than it’s low mileage with just 31,440 on the odometer and that the owner was pinched for money laundering. Let’s hope the new owner is a better with money since they just dropped $405,025 on this L88.

1974 Detomaso Pantera

Sure it may not be turning over, but it only reads 33,930 on the odometer. However, worth noting it maybe inaccurate, but that didn’t stop someone from taking a $50,075 chance on one of Gas Monkey’s favorite cars.

1970 Plymouth Barracuda Hemi

Doesn’t start, but it has just 39,331 miles on the odometer. More than low enough to command an astounding $175,125.

1951 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe

It’s the money that took down Capone and the money laundering that led this car to auction. It doesn’t run, but also doesn’t have keys so a real catch 22, but a beautiful Fleetline deserving of the $20,575 sale price.

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Another one that turns over, but doesn’t start. Suppose crime keeps you too busy from starting your cars every so often or investing in a trickle charger. This is also another low mileage lot with 29,762 listed and a final sale price of $46,400.

[Photography courtesy of Apple Auctioneering.]

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