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1979 Citroen 2CV

This 1979 Citroen 2CV Charleston four-door is a French-built sedan with a full-length retractable canvas top, flip-up side windows, and reupholstered seating. Power comes from a 602cc flat-twin motor which received a recent carburetor rebuild and is connected to a 4-speed manual transmission. Finished in two-tone with an ivory body and burgundy fenders over a light gray cloth interior, this 2CV is now offered with service records, restoration documentation, and a clear South Carolina title in the seller’s name.

Bid To: $10,100

Ended On: August 03, 2021

1979 Pontiac Firebird Formula

This 1979 Pontiac Firebird Formula is a largely original F-body sports coupe powered by a 301ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The seller has owned the vehicle for 10 years and describes it as retaining original finishes both inside and out, having been preserved and garage-kept. Finished in two-tone silver and dark gray over a black cloth interior, this second-generation Firebird is now offered with a build sheet and a clear Massachusetts title in the seller’s name.

Bid To: $12,000

Ended On: August 03, 2021

No Reserve: 440-Powered 1969 Dodge Charger

No Reserve

This 1969 Dodge Charger was the recipient of a recent restoration that incorporated replacement body panels, a refurbished and sound-deadened interior, and performance equipment including an Edelbrock carburetor and Flowmaster exhaust system. Power comes from a replacement 440ci V8 backed by a 727 3-speed automatic transmission. The seller has owned the vehicle for two years and is including documentation and receipts from the inside-and-out rebuild. Finished in Emerald Green Metallic over, this second-generation Charger is now offered with build photographs, receipts, original gauges, uninstalled front and rear bumperettes, and a clear Florida title in the seller’s name.

Sold For: $42,600

Ended On: August 03, 2021

2017 Acura NSX

This 2017 Acura NSX is a twin-turbocharged, all-wheel drive, hybrid sports coupe that has covered 21,000 miles since new and features a 3.5-liter V6 working in conjunction with three electric motors to send power to all four wheels via a 9-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle. This NSX was originally sold in Arlington, Texas, and later resold as an Acura certified pre-owned vehicle, then subsequently relocated to Arizona in early 2020 where it has resided since. Equipment includes a Brembo braking system with ceramic components, Jewel Eye headlights, a multi-view camera system, and dual-zone automatic climate control. Finished in a glossy Atomic Green wrap over a factory-applied Source Silver Metallic exterior and a black leather interior, this NC1 second-generation NSX Is now offered with a clean CARFAX report and a clear Arizona title in the owner’s name.

Bid To: $118,000

Ended On: August 03, 2021

1957 Ford Thunderbird E-Code

This 1957 Ford Thunderbird rolled off the factory line equipped with an "E-Code" 312ci dual carbureted V8 and backed by an automatic transmission. It has been fully restored and upgraded with power steering and power brake kits, along with new brand brake lines and a replaced, updated dual master cylinder. In addition to these updates, the current owner has also replaced the rear wheel cylinders, the water pump, all of the fuel lines, the ignition wiring at the coil and resistor, and has replaced all intake gaskets, etc. Recent work also includes a front-end rebuild, fuel system overhaul, and a newly installed exhaust system. Located in Torrance, California, this E-Code Thunderbird is now offered for sale by the selling dealer.

Bid To: $65,457

Ended On: August 03, 2021

1971 Volkswagen Type 2 Westfalia Campmobile

This 1971 Volkswagen Type 2 Westfalia Campmobile is a largely original, cosmetically-restored, and mechanically-sorted microbus that features a pop-up rooftop with canvas sides, birch cabinets, a sink, a folding table, and various other RV-style amenities. Power comes from a rear-mounted 1,700cc flat-four that recently received replacement ignition components and a new carburetor, sending power to the rear through a 4-speed manual transaxle. Finished in a recent two-tone red with a white repaint over a reupholstered tan vinyl interior, this Type 2 is now offered with maintenance records, repair manuals, spare parts as detailed below, and a clear North Carolina title in the seller’s name.

Sold For: $24,888

Ended On: August 03, 2021

1932 Chevrolet Confederate

This 1932 Chevrolet Confederate two-door sedan blends vintage style and modern conveniences using a restored steel body that rides on an independent front suspension and whitewall tires, while offering late-model bucket seats, air conditioning, and a modern Kenwood stereo system on the interior. Power comes from a rebuilt 250ci inline-six that has been upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and is paired with a replacement 5-speed manual transmission. This Confederate has been owned by the seller for seven years and has driven 2,500 miles since the rebuild. Finished in matte black over a late-model black cloth interior, this Confederate is now offered with documentation, the original seats, and a clean Indiana title in the seller’s name.

Sold For: $25,700

Ended On: August 02, 2021

1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe

This 1932 Ford 5-window two-door coupe was the product of a custom 1960s build and retains a largely original steel body with long-term racing history. The car was purchased by the current owner's husband in 2013, after which a mechanical rebuild was performed. Power is provided by a replacement big-block 409ci V8 paired with a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. The build included the installation of full instrumentation, a cloth roof, and performance components such as Hedman headers, Weiand valve covers, and a Painless wiring system. Finished in silver over a two-tone red and white vinyl interior, this coupe is now offered with documentation and a clear Montana title in the owner’s name.

Sold For: $32,500

Ended On: August 02, 2021

V8-Powered 1954 Austin-Healey 100-4

This 1954 Austin-Healey 100 BN1 two-seat roadster is a British-built blue-and-gold California license plate example powered by a Chevrolet-sourced 350ci V8 paired with a Muncie M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. The car has reportedly received in excess of $10,000 in maintenance since 2007, including recent work to the alternator, radiator, and other mechanical systems. The drivetrain is now described as being mechanically sorted and features performance enhancements such as an Edelbrock intake manifold, high-compression heads, and a 750-cfm carburetor. Finished in a white respray over a reupholstered red Naugahyde interior, this 100 is now offered with service records, a tonneau cover, and a clear California title in the seller’s name.

Bid To: $56,000

Ended On: August 02, 2021

1962 Chevrolet Impala

This 1962 Chevrolet Impala is a custom two-door hardtop that harnesses power from a big-block 496ci V8 paired with a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. Among the enhancements made to the drivetrain as part of this build are aluminum heads, a cross-ram intake, and a hydraulic roller camshaft. The restored cabin offers a Hurst shifter and Ididit steering column, and more upgrades. Finished in Torch Red over a reupholstered red vinyl and cloth interior, this fifth-generation Impala is now offered with a clear Colorado title in the seller’s name.

Bid To: $50,000

Ended On: August 02, 2021

1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C Re-Creation

This 1965 Shelby Cobra Semi-Competition (S/C) replica is a two-door, two-seat roadster that was built 2017 and is autographed by Carroll Shelby, deriving power from a Ford 331ci stroker V8 paired with an automatic transmission. The assembly of this replica included details such as Quick Jack bumpers, a rollbar, four-wheel disc brakes with Wilwood calipers, and bucket seats with RaceQuip harnesses. The seller has owned the vehicle for just under four years, adding roughly 1,000 miles of the current 5,850 displayed on the odometer. Finished in Blue Metallic over a dark gray vinyl interior, this Shelby is now offered with service records and a clear California title in transit.

Sold For: $42,000

Ended On: August 02, 2021

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

This 1965 Ford Mustang convertible was subject to a restoration that preserved its original color combination and equipment while also incorporating equipment such as air conditioning, a newer stereo, and a replacement power-operated retractable top. Power comes from a period-correct C-code 289ci Windsor V8 that has been upgraded with a mild camshaft and is backed by a floor-shifted 3-speed C4 automatic transmission. Finished in Raven Black with a white soft top over a reupholstered black vinyl interior, this first-generation Mustang is now offered with documentation, a convertible boot, and a clear California title in the seller’s name.

Bid To: $35,500

Ended On: August 02, 2021