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Day three of our Barrett-Jackson coverage!
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Lot 623- I know what your thinking? 1985 Dodge Truck?? But look a little deeper, this is a sweet ride!
Lot 624- Every time I see one of these cars it will be on my list! I love these!
Lot 701– Usually I’m not a big fan of chopped trucks, but this Mercury, yes I said Mercury is just way too cool not to mention!
Lot 730– You want a Z28? Forget the 69’s, get a real Z, get a 1970! This is a great example! One owner car!
Lot 775.3– A Superbird Convertible? Huh? Pretty cool even for a clone!
Lot 839– Factory 150 Business Coupe, Fuelie too, it will take an awfully impressive car to top this one on my list this year!
Lot 840.1– Check this thing out! Factory crew cab! Rare!Rare! Rare!
Barrett-Jackson is here! Check out our cars to watch on Monday and be sure and check back each day this week for more cars to watch!
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What makes this one cool: Its a factory 4-speed, V8 truck.
What makes this one cool: A limited production truck of just over 2000 in 1978, these trucks are sure to go up in value.
What makes this one cool: Period correct hot rod, sometimes you can get too much modern. This one is built the way a hot rod was intended!
What makes this one cool: The second coming of the Grand Sports have been billed as a popular collectible almost guaranteed to increase in value.
On January 17th and 18th of 2014 Gooding & Company will present “The Scottsdale Auctions”. Below we will take a look at a few cars to watch during the auction. If you would like more info on the auction or to view their website, click the link below!
Due to the way Gooding & Company sets up the their website, I can’t share the photos, but I will still highlight a few cars going across the block to watch. To visit the online catalog, click the link below!
Our first one to watch is Lot #12, its a 1952 Hudson Wasp. Fitted with the rare twin-h power carb setup this would be a unique piece for anyone’s collection!
How about Lot #42, a 1956 Mercedes-Benz Gullwing, instead of the popular silver, this one is black. But not only that, its in original survivor condition. Very cool car.
Want something cooler than your average ’32 or ’34 Ford Roadster? How about Lot # 113, a 1934 Dodge? Another survivor car with only 28,500 miles.
It wouldn’t be fair not to mention Lot #137, a 1997 McLaren F1 GTR. What could be the big seller of the week in Arizona, with an estimated value of $5,000,000 to $7,000,000 dollars.
Coming up this weekend in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is the annual collector car auction presented by Dave Rupp. This auction kicks off the 2014 season in the car world and kicks off our coverage on JDSMotorsports.com. Check out or cars to watch for this auction!
Lot 943: Kaiser Darrin Roadster
What a cool looking car. I’m not sure what its worth but its got to be pretty rare!
Lot 959: 1934 Ford Roadster
No fiberglass here, this is the real deal, and a low mileage survivor at that!
Lot 1032: 1969 Chevy C10
Interested in watching this one because we used to own it. First class truck all the way. Very unique with the six cylinder in it.
Lot 1079: 1965 Ford Ranchero
This is a buddy of mine’s truck so of course I’ll be watching it go across to see what it brings.
Lot 1095: 1973 Volkswagon Thing
Same buddy with the truck. This is one nice Thing!
Lot 1214: 1935 Ford Roadster
What a beautiful car, a little different being that its not a more popular year like a ’32, ’34’, ’37, or ’40. But I really like it!
Lot 1302: 1948 Ford F1
Anyone who has followed our picks before knows I love me some early F1!
Lot 1314: 1954 Chevrolet Corvette
Black is a rare color on an early Vette, this add doesn’t say for sure if its the original color or not, but either way its a good looking car!
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Here are our top ten cars to watch for the day!
Charity cars are always hot at Barrett-Jackson and for good reason! This GT500 will go to benefit the Wounded Warriors Family Support.
Another charity ride, this 1957 Lincoln is going to raise money for the Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital.
1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. A very nicely optioned 70 Z, we had the mate to this car a few years ago in our garage only with an M21 instead of an M22. I know what we sold ours for, I bet this one goes for a lot more!
Another Z28, these 1979 models have been hot at shows I’ve been to, especially 4-speeds. This car should set or maybe reset the market on them.
F1’s always have a special place in my heart, this 1950 is no exception.
King of The Hill, the ZR1. Always been a bucket list car of mine!
Gotta love an old Packard. This 1953 Clipper appears to be all original, although I’m not sure what the value is or how big the market is for something like this.
The Buick Grand National, the car that might be credited for bringing back the Muscle Car along side the Foxbody Mustangs of the late 80’s. This low mile example should be a good sign whether those people hording these cars in their garage should keep up the hording, or start driving them!
Be interesting to see if this Barrett-Jackson Mustang really is anything special on resale, or if its just another one of the hundreds of “special edition” Mustangs we’ve saw over the past 6 or 7 years.
Going on Thursday this car could end up being steal of the show. Other than the incorrect 454 engine this Vette has all the right options to fetch big money.
Well that’s all for the day! Be sure and check back tomorrow for more cars to watch!
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