This week’s feature car is a 1963 Chevrolet Nova. But this isn’t your average run of the mill Chevy II, this one is stuffed with a 427 Big Block! Check it out!
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.
This Saturday RM Auctions will be in Fort Worth, Texas to auction off the Don Davis Collection. This is a mix of very rare American and foreign cars featuring examples of some of the most collectible cars in the country.
Due to the way RM Auctions sets up there website I am not able to share pictures with you, but I can link you to ten awesome cars that are on our top ten cars to watch!
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Its Mecum Auction time again! This auction takes Mecum to The Reliant Center in Houston, Texas. Here are our cars to watch for Day 1, Thursday!
My favorite body style of all the Camaro’s, these late second generation cars have came on strong over the last few years. This is a very nice example of one with the Z28 package and the rare 4-speed.
This is a rare piece for sure, but rare isn’t always desirable. Very interested to see how big or little money this one goes for. Check out the rare “twin stick” overdrive set up on it!
What an awesome truck, a mix of new technology with the A/C and LED tail lights but a truck that still keeps the classic look.
I love a 1957 Chevy 150, I love the basic look, a wagon is even better! Check this one out!
The ugly duckling so to speak of the Dodge Chargers. It caught my eye because we once had a 1966 Charger, only ours had the 426 Hemi in it.
It’s hard to beat the look of a 1951 Ford. This one is a little too stock for my liking but a nice car non the less.
“King Of The Hill”, this was my dream Corvette growing up. This is a very, very nice example of a well kept ZR1.
One of my bucket list cars, one of two hundred and fifty ever made.
This is an interesting item, an old school tow rig. I really like the late model wheels, but the long bed kinda kills it too. Still a nice truck though, just not sure if its collectible or with today’s modern diesel’s usable enough to bring any kind of decent price.
I read an article at the begging of the year that stated the 1996 Grand Sport was one of the most collectible Corvette’s of all time. Personally I just don’t see it. Maybe this one will fetch big money and prove me wrong!
(All Photos Credit: Mecum.com)
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