June 25, 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction Buyer's Guide

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2022 Collector Motor Series Auction Saturday June 25th, 2022 10am Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Birmingham, AL Buyer ’s Catalog


Henderson Auctions Collector Motor Series Auction at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

Birmingham, Alabama | Saturday, June 25th | 10am CT

Henderson Auctions 13340 Florida Boulevard Livingston, Louisiana 70754 www.HendersonMotorSeries.com Preview and Auction Location Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum 6030 Barber Motorsports Pkwy Birmingham, Alabama 35094


VIP Auction Preview: Friday, June 24th, 6pm - 8pm Private Museum Tour, Open Bar, Catered by Bruno Hospitality Auction Day: Saturday, June 25th VIP Brunch with Open Bar, 9am - 1pm, Auction Starts at 10am CT, Commemorative Buyers Guide, (2) General Admission Museum Tickets, Bidder Fee included Auction Day: Saturday, June 25th, 10am CT (2) General Admission Museum Tickets, Commemorative Buyers Guide General Admission General Admission is only the cost of the museum. Museum Entry Cost $15 Adults | $10 Children (Purchase tickets at the front desk of the museum.) We encourage you to come out to this beautiful venue, see live auto racing, enjoy the museum facilities, and watch the auction! Additional Commemorative Buyers Catalog $25 Fee Per Book | All on-site registered bidders receive one copy. CHECKS: Must clear our bank by June 17th, 2022. Make payable to Henderson Auctions and mail to: PO Box 336 Livingston, LA 70754 Registration Important Notice Please note that all customers, irrespective of any previous activity with Henderson Auctions, are required to complete the Bidder Registration Form in advance of the sale. The form can be found on our website at www.HendersonMotorSeries.com Bidding Pass | $100 Fee Bidder and One Guest Registration Payments CREDIT CARD: Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover

Preview Date and Time General Preview: Friday, June 24th | 10am - 5pm VIP Preview: Friday, June 24th | 6pm - 8pm Includes: Private Museum Tour, Open Bar, and Catering by Bruno Hospitality Inquiries and Online Bidding Registration General Information Tricia Ory +1.225.686.2252 extension 108 +1.225.341.1577 Fax tricia@hendersonauctions.com

Bidder Registration and Payments Lauren Lay +1.225.686.2252 extension 111 +1.225.341.1342 Fax lauren@hendersonauctions.com Vehicle Documents Lisa Achord +1.225.686.2252 extension 123 +1.225.395.0806 Fax titleclerk@hendersonauctions.com


Buyer Information

Buyer’s Premium and Taxes The final bid (hammer) price of each lot will be subject to a buyer’s premium. Onsite Auction Buyer’s Premium For VEHICLE property the premium is 10% on each item purchased. For MEMORABILIA and other non-motor vehicle property, the premium is 15% on each item purchased. Internet & Absentee Bidding Buyer’s Premium For VEHICLE property the premium is 13% on each item purchased. For MEMORABILIA and other non-motor vehicle property, the premium is 18% on each item purchased. Auction Bidding Options You can bid in many ways: Live In-Person at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, Henderson Auctions’ bidding platform, Proxibid online bidding platform, Henderson Auctions’ APP, or absentee bidding. www.hendersonmotorseries.com or www.proxibid.com Absentee Bidding If you are unable to attend the sale and require additional flexibility for an absentee bid of a lot estimated more than $10,000 (ten thousand), Henderson Auctions is pleased to offer an absentee bid option. Please contact Tricia Ory or tricia@hendersonauctions.com no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022 to set up your absentee bid. Online Bidding and Bids Internet users may place prebids and live bids from anywhere in the world. Please use the links below to bid live and prebid on lots. www.hendersonmotorseries.com to access the online bidding platforms.

Sales Tax Sales Tax, if applicable, will be charged on the final total of the hammer price plus buyer’s premium. In order to be exempt from state sales tax (and license and documentation fees, as applicable), the buyer must possess a valid sellers permit/resale certificate number and must be a licensed motor vehicle dealer in the applicable state and furnish documentation of the same to Henderson Auctions prior to or at the time of purchase. Buyer Payments Payment for purchased lots must be made no later than 2pm on Monday, June 27th. Henderson Auctions recommends anyone wishing to remove items (including motor vehicles) should immediately pay by cash, certified check (bank draft), Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. A convenience fee of 4% additional will be added to all credit card charges. Please note that payments made by personal or business checks may result in property not being released until purchase funds clear our bank. For buyers wishing to pay by bank transfer, our bank details are as shown on following page (please include your bidder number). United States Wire Information: Please wire transfer the balance due plus the $25 wire transfer fee to:

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Buyer Information

International Wire Information: Please wire transfer the balance due plus the $50 wire transfer fee to:

Hotel Information Elyton Hotel, Autograph Collection 1928 1st Ave N, Birmingham, AL 35203 205.731.3600

Chase Bank Swift Code: CHASUS33 1916 SW Railroad Ave Hammond, LA 70401

Holiday Inn – Leeds, AL 1820 Carl Jones Rd, Moody, AL 35004 | Special Rate 205.352.0515

Account: First Guaranty Bank Account # 638781039 400 East Thomas Hammond, LA 70401

Hampton Inn – Leeds, AL 310 Rex Lake Rd, Leeds, AL 35094 205.702.4141

Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook Autograph Collection 2655 Lane Park Rd, Birmingham, AL 35223 205.414.0505

For Further Credit To Account # 500053375 Henderson Auctions Livingston, LA 70754 Reference (Bidder Number)

Airports (KBHM, BHM) Birmingham

Payment & Collection Hours at the Barber Museum Henderson Auctions will be accepting payments during and after the auction on Saturday, June 25, 2022. Memorabilia purchases can be collected during the auction. Purchased vehicles will not be released until after the auction. Our payment and collection hours continue on Sunday, June 26, 2022 from 8am to 5pm and again on Monday, June 27, 2022 from 8am to 5pm.

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None of the Barber collection is for sale or included in the auction. This is a private auction held by

Henderson Auctions conducted at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.


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Vintage Motors | Offered without Reserve 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction


Lot 1 Johnson Motor LS37

Lot 2 Marine Motor

Lot 3 Johnson Motor

Lot 4 Marine Motor

Lot 5 Apacha JB Clinton

Lot 6 Elgin Motor

Lot 7 Chief Motor

Lot 8 Evinrude Motor

Lot 9 Elgin Motor

Lot 10 Firestone Motor

Lot 11 Scott Atwater Motor

Lot 12 Glass Marine Tank

Motorcycles | Scooters 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction


Lot 13 1957 Cushman Husky 38M9-57

Lot 14 1958 All State Cushman 811-94260

Lot 15 1958 Harley Davidson Hummer 165

Lot 16 | Offered without Reserve 1961 Harley Davidson Police Edition Servi-Car

Lot 17 | Offered without Reserve 2007 Honda Goldwing GL1800B7

Lot 18 2001 Indian Chief | Baker 6 speed transmission with overdrive, Custom paint and engraving, 5353 miles

Autos | Trucks 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction


Lot 19 | Offered without Reserve 1940 Graham Hollywood

1940 Graham Hollywood | By 1940 the Graham-Paige Company of Detroit was near bankruptcy. As a final hope to increase sales, Graham purchased the body dies from the defunct Cord automobile company which were originally designed for the 810/812 series Cords by Gordon Buehrig. The result was a new model called the Hollywood which was made in limited numbers in late 1940 and 1941. This 1940 Hollywood four-door sedan was fully restored at a cost of nearly 60,000 dollars. It is fitted with its original six cylinder engine and the original factory supercharger which has just been completely rebuilt. The car is a great pleasure to drive. It starts easily, shifts smoothly and has the power of a V8 with the supercharged straight 6. Lot 20 | Offered without Reserve 1957 Chevrolet 210 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Lot 21 | Offered without Reserve

Lot 22 | Offered without Reserve 1957 Chevrolet 2-Door Post

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Lot 23

Lot 24

1947 Buick Eight Roadmaster Lot 25 | Offered without Reserve

1940 Buick Roadmaster Model 70

One of 235 Convertible Phaetons produced in 1940. CCCA Full Classic eligible. Comprehensive restoration completed in 2004 and beautifully maintained since. One of General Motors’ finest and most reliable engines ever produced! Gorgeous pre-war classic Buick!

This piece is one of 28,297 convertibles produced by Buick in 1947, and is powered by a 320cid Fireball inline 8-cylinder engine, mated to a 3-speed manual transmission, a semi-floating rear axle. Stopping is courtesy of 4-wheel drum brakes. Odometer showing 87043 miles.

Lot 26 | Offered without Reserve 1968 Kais Sprint Car

1999 Chevrolet Corvette Lot 27

Lot 28 | Offered without Reserve 1987 Chevrolet Corvette

1968 Chevrolet Corvette Lot 29 | Offered without Reserve

Powered by a 245hp V8 with dual four-barrel carburetors mated to a power glide transmission this beauty stands out with chrome accents and red interior. 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Lot 30 | Offered without Reserve

1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Lot 31 | Offered without Reserve

Lot 32 | Offered without Reserve 1964 Cheetah Replica

1966-68 Lotus 47 Race Car (Not a Historical Chassis #47) Lot 33

Lot 34 | Offered without Reserve 1996 Lola T96-50

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Lot 35 1973 Porsche 911T

Lot 36

2016 Porsche 911

2016 Porsche 911

Lot 38 | Offered without Reserve 1979 Porsche 928 Coupe

Lot 37 2000 Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet

Lot 39 1948 Desoto Custom

1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Lot 40

Lot 41 | Offered without Reserve 1979 Chevrolet Camaro

Lot 42 1973 Chevrolet Camaro

2019 Chevrolet Callaway Camaro Lot 43

Lot 44 | Offered without Reserve 1935 Packard Dietrich-Bodied Victoria 12

The Twelve remained the obvious choice for Packard’s most exclusive clientele with its beautiful styling in 1935. This particular piece, with the odometer showing 98,530 miles, is one of just 445 twelve-cylinder 12th series cars produced and one of seven Dietrich-bodied in this style. Appearing to have the original L-head 473.3cid V12, and is a former CCCA National First Prize Winner. Engine number 1435 537. Exceptional restoration with great attention to detail. Factory equipment included chrome wire wheels, dual side-mount spare wheels with paint matching burgundy covers, trunk rack, and Goddess of Speed Hood Ornament.

1939 Packard Twelve Cabriolet by Brunn Lot 45 | Offered without Reserve

Lot 46 | Offered without Reserve 1926 Packard Eight Roadster Model 236

Lot 47 | Offered without Reserve 1932 Packard 902 Standard 8 Coupe

Lot 48 | Offered without Reserve 1939 Packard Super 8

Lot 49 1917 Saxon Model BSR Roadster

Lot 50 1919 Essex

Lot 51 | Offered without Reserve 1928 Stutz Series BB Speedster

Lot 52 1920 Oakland Roadster

Lot 53 1907 Brush Model BC Runabout

Lot 54 | Offered without Reserve 1925 Willys Overland 91A

Lot 55 1924 Hupmobile Series R

Lot 57 2012 Porsche 911 GT3 Brumos 18x24 Painting of the Grand AM Champion 2012 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup by Brumos by Nicolas Hunziker

Lot 56 2012 Porsche 911 GT3 Brumos One of Five, fourth consecutive chassis of five. 4.0L Grand-AM Spec Engine,

Sequential transmission with Auto-bip for downshifts, MoTeC Data Acquisition System, original blue and red livery over Carrera white paint, approximately 30 hrs on vehicle, used in one season of NASA amateur racing series, never had damage or needed repair, chassis# WP0ZZ99ZCS798181. The current owner of 5 years has not once driven the car. This car retains the original engine, transmission, suspension, interior, and bodywork, with approximately 30 hours on the car. This car will include two extra sets of wheels and tires and a special edition book from Brumos outlining their effort to win the championship in 2011.

2017 Rolls-Royce RR6 Series Silver Dawn Lot 58 | Offered without Reserve

1928 Rolls-Royce Springfield Ascot Touring Lot 59 | Offered without Reserve

1925 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Springfield Oxford Touring Lot 60 | Offered without Reserve

1925 Rolls-Royce Springfield Piccadilly Lot 61 | Offered without Reserve

1939 Delage D6-70 Figoni and Falaschi Drophead Lot 62 | Offered without Reserve

Coachwork for this beautiful French touring car was performed by Figoni et Falaschi, as verified by serial number 757. It is believed this example, chassis number 51740, debuted at the 1939 Concours d Elegance au Bois de Boulogne, where it took home a well-deserved gold medal on its maiden outing. According to several sources, the car’s early concours career was cut short by the invasion and subsequent occupation of France by the Axis powers and the owner hid it away in Portugal to keep it safe from the enemy. It remained there after the war, quietly undisturbed until its discovery in 1974. Following its discovery and sale to only its second owner, 51740 was restored in Europe and well cared for before making its way to the United States in 2001. It is powered by a robust 2,973cc OHV Inline 6 with Triple Solex Carburetors, 4-Speed Cotal Electro-Mechanical Manual Transmission, 4-Wheel Transverse Leaf Springs with Live Rear Axle, and 4-Wheel Drum Brakes.

1938 Peugeot Darl’mat Lot 63 | Offered without Reserve

1935 saw the introduction of the 402 at the Paris Show in October. It marked a turning point in the history of the Peugeot brand, which was ahead of all its French competitors in introducing aerodynamic bodies as standard. This is the famous ‘Sochaux rocket’ range, characterized by fluid lines and a shield-shaped grill to protect the headlights. A total of 105 Peugeot 402 Darl’mat models were crafted on the 402 chassis. It is believed that 53 were roadsters, 32 cabriolets, and 20 coupes. They were upgraded at Darl’mat’s shop with Cotal four-speed electro-mechanical gearboxes, before being shipped to Pourtout and fitted with the Paulin-designed bodies, formed from pieces of sheet aluminum hand-shaped and then nailed to wooden structures of ash framing that were then attached to the chassis. Powered by a tuned two-litre overhead-valve four-cylinder engine with dual carburetors,

a Cotal four-speed pre-selector gearbox, the Darl’mat was a remarkable performer on road and track alike. Competition versions, remarkably similar to their road-going stable-mates were very successful. They competed at LeMans in 1937 and 1938, achieving a sterling class victory in the latter year.

This vehicle has undergone an exceptional restoration,

finished in stunning light metallic silver over blue leather.

1937 Delahaye 135 Coupe Des Alpes Chapron Lot 64 | Offered without Reserve

The story of this extraordinary Delahaye 135 roadster begins in May of 1937, when chassis number 4754 left the Delahaye works equipped in the coveted Coupe des Alpes specification, with triple-carburetors on the 3.2-liter, 18CV engine, and traditional four-speed manual gearbox. It became the second of only seven Type 135’s fitted with this stunning roadster design, considered one of Henri Chapron’s most exceptional pre-war efforts. By the 21st of July, 1937 it was registered in the name of its first owner, Mr. Cyriel Depery, a young industrialist who played a role in the French Resistance movement, somehow managing to hide this very special car from the Germans. A photograph dated Sunday, August 20th, 1944, shows Depery at the wheel of this Delahaye, chauffeuring three other gleeful members of the Resistance in a parade celebrating the liberation of Annecy. In 1951, Depery sold 47545 to M. Eugene Julliard, a salesman from Douvaine, who enjoyed the car regularly until his death in 1960. After his passing, the Delahaye sat in the garage of his mechanic in Annecy. When the storage fees were no longer paid up, it was pushed out to the street! Mercifully, a passerby named Georges Lombard spotted the forlorn Delahaye and fell in love. He made a deal with the mechanic to purchase the car for a mere 170 Francs, the scrap value of the car. In the hands of

Monsieur Lombard for the better part of five decades, the charmed life of this

remarkable Delahaye carried on until 2014, when offered for sale by his family.

The car, in unrestored condition, was sold at auction in France on February 7th, 2014 for approximately $820,000. After shipping to the United States, the new owner decided the best way to honor the car’s legacy was to treat it to a world-class, no-expense-spared restoration. He handed it to Butch Dennison of the highly regarded Dennison International, who took on the task of returning the Delahaye to its former glory. As expected of a world-class restoration by Dennison, the engine restoration is executed beautifully with superb finish quality and is dialed in for on-the-button performance. Following the two-year restoration, this fabulous Delahaye Coupe des Alpes debuted at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, where it completed the tour and took home top honors in its’ class. It has had limited public appearances since then, and it remains in magnificent condition. Accompanying the car on offer are the receipts from that restoration that total more than $1.3 million.

1939 Bugatti Type 57C Gangloff Lot 64 | Offered without Reserve

In 1939, Lucien Schlatter, at the beginning of his career at Gangloff, was asked to design this exceptional streamlined Bugatti Type 57 coupe for a client. A few months later the war began, fine coachbuilding halted and this car was not built in 1939. Flash forward fifty years to 1989, The owner of the Type 57 Bugatti chassis no. 57524 approached Lucien Schlatter, now in his seventies, and asked if he would be willing to finish the details of his sleek original 1939 design as a replacement body for his car. Schlatter accepted and after half a century, this beautiful car is the result. The Gangloff Coupe body was built from Schlatter’s design and direction by a British coachbuilder specializing in historic cars from the 1930s. An original Bugatti factory supercharger was added to the 3.3 liter twin cam Type 57 engine. The chassis and mechanicals are all period correct original Bugatti components. Recently, the car was mechanically restored which includes the engine, water pump, brakes, and electrical. This Bugatti Gangloff Coupe was featured in the book Fantastique Bugatti, Editions EPA, 1995 (a copy of which is included with the sale of this car) and was listed on Pinterest as one of the most beautiful cars of all time.

Odometer reads 22474 kilometers.

Lot 66 1956 Porsche 356A Sunroof Coupe

Excellent Original Driver Class 1956 356A Factory Golde Sunroof Coupe. Polyantha Red over Beige paint with matching numbers 1600cc Flat Four and matching numbers 4 speed manual transaxle, and very rare ‘V’ sunroof version only found in early A’s.

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If you require restoration or documentation services for your Pre-War Collector Car, we at Henderson Auctions highly recommend the services of Mr. David Cooper and his team at Cooper Technica. In addition to restoration work, David is an often published auto historian and Associate Editor of Rare and Unique Vehicles magazine.

David Copper Cooper Technica, Inc. 19235 84th Street Bristol, WI 53104 USA (262) 240-4000 dbcooper@coopertechnica.com www.coopertechnica.com

Founded in 1989, Cooper Technica, Inc. specializes in the restoration of significant pre-WWII and early post-war French and Italian cars. We are known for our commitment to authenticity, meticulous research in the history, provenance and context and milieu of the cars, preservation of original parts and our innovative use of period materials and techniques. We have a full-machine, wood and sheet metal fabrication shops in-house at our two workshops, in Bristol, WI and Lyon, France. We also offer full forensic verification and historical documentation of vehicles, including metallurgical dating, as well as a full library of original materials, paints and coatings used in their construction.

1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Lot 67 | Offered without Reserve

Believed to be the lowest mile ‘70 Hemi Cuda in existence with the odometer showing 87 Miles! This 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda was special ordered and purchased new at Shreves Plymouth Dodge in June 1970 by Bill Reardon of Clarksburg, West Virginia. He bought it to drag race and named the car True Grit. Sadly, Bill passed away before completing one season of racing. The car and all original parts were sold by his son and the car was put back to original specs by the new owner. Since then, it has passed hands between collectors and moved only enough to accumulate the current 87 miles. One of the last ten 1970 Hemi Cuda’s built featuring a Tor Red exterior with black interior, Torqueflite automatic transmission, shaker hood with tie downs and color matching wheels with dog dish hubcaps and Goodyear Polyglas GT tires. The car is powered by a 426 Hemi V8 engine, 426/425 HP engine, two 4-barrel carburetors, 727 automatic transmission, Shaker hood with argent painted scoop, vinyl bucket seats with woodgrain console, tie-down hood pins, dual exhaust with chrome tips. The car comes with the full Elite Report by Dave Wise documenting its authenticity.

1965 Jaguar E-Type Lot 68

This striking E-Type features the venerable and swift DOHC 4.2 liter in-line six cylinder, customized with porting and free-flow manifolds, competition suspension, and seven inch wide wheels with 225/60 radials.

1954 Jaguar XK120S Lot 69 | Offered without Reserve

This specimen is an older restoration, featuring a dual overhead cam 6-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. From its landmark introduction at the London Motor Show held at Earls Court in 1948, Jaguar’s XK120 stood in stark contrast to every other sports car available at the time.

2018 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 50 Lot 70

This ultra-rare (1 of 500) Mercedes AMG 50 Edition was built to honor the 50th anniversary of Mercedes tuner and high-performance branch AMG, hand crafted by Matteo Cicilano. Showing 6730 miles.

2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT63 S Lot 71

Built in Sindelfingen Germany, engine model M177, Twin Turbo 3 Liter V8 engine, automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Showing 6666.2 miles.

2013 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Lot 72

This white 2 door Mercedes Convertible, showing 25183 miles, features a 6.0-L V12 SOHC 36V Turbo engine mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission.

1981 Mercedes-Benz 380 SL Lot 73

This Mercedes is a 2-door Roadster manufactured in Stuttgart Baden-Wurttemberg Germany. It is a very rare survivor showing only 1601 miles. It still rides on its original Michelin tires which show West Germany as their country of origin.

1993 Mercedes-Benz 500 SL Lot 74 | Offered without Reserve Convertible with color matching removable hardtop, replacement automatic soft top in tan, 5.0 Liter 32 Valve DOHC V8, odometer showing 81,079 miles.

2016 BMW M4 GTS Lot 75

Extremely rare, 1 of 300 US spec examples, 1 of 700 worldwide. Only one year build. Fastest BMW ever imported. 3.0L Twin-Turbo DOHC 24 valve I-6 with water injection, producing 493hp, 7-speed twin-clutch transmission. Odometer showing 4,693 miles.

1947 Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser Midget Race Car Lot 76 | Offered without Reserve

Built by legendary race car designer Frank Kurtis. This car features the legendary Offenhauser 4 cylinder 420hp racing engine.

2017 Audi TTS APR II 2 Lot 77

2.0L Intercooled Turbo I-4, APR Stage II Tune 399HP, 292HP 280 lb ft, 6-speed S tronic twin clutch transmission, Quattro AWD System, Technology Package, Low Miles, Mythos Black Metallic, Audi MMI Navigation plus, Audi side assist, parking system plus, Audi smartphone interface, and black optic package.

1967 Sunbeam Tiger Lot 78 | Offered without Reserve

Powered by a 260 Ford V8 mated to a 4-speed manual transmission, Fuel Safe SM110 Sportsman racing fuel, custom fiberglass fender flares. Heavy design influence from legendary designer, Carroll Shelby.

2004 FERRARI 360 MODENA Lot 79 F1 Transmission, Odometer showing 52,203 miles.

1982 Ferrari 308 GTSI Lot 80 | Offered without Reserve

This classic showcases the very best of the Pininfarina styling and technology presented by Ferrari in the early 1980s. Rosso Rubino Exterior, Saddle Leather Interior, 3-Liter V8, and 5-Speed.

1932 Dearborn Deuce Roadster Lot 81

The only 1932 Remake Roadster sanctioned as a Ford, built by “Bobby Built” a professional builder in Pennsylvania in 2008 with no expense spared, 392 Ford Motor w/Two Fours, 5-Speed Trim-X Transmission, Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Retractable Top, and build cost in 2008 of $250,000.

1966 Shelby Cobra Roadster Built by Superformance Lot 82

427 FE motor, 579.6HP at rear wheels, duel holley 4 barrells 750 double pumpers, original certificate by Keith Craft Motors, tremec TKO 600 5-speed transmission, and signed by Carroll Shelby on the glovebox.

1958 Facel Vega FV-4 Typhoon Lot 83 | Offered without Reserve

Built as one of approximately 2,900 cars hand-built in Facel’s short life. The Facel Vega, with its cosmopolitan styling, was soon appreciated by Hollywood celebrities, socialites, and automotive personalities. Powered by a V8 Chrysler HEMI with Automatic Transmission.

2017 Dodge Viper GTC Lot 84

8.4-L V10 OHV 20V engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, showing 6650 miles, with the original window sticker, both keys, and factory car cover. In 2017, the last year for the Dodge Viper, only built 846 Vipers and outside of a few special edition cars, each Viper was unique. Dodge called it the 1 of 1 program. The personalized badge on the passenger side dash reads DEADPOOL, instead of what typically would be the name of the person who ordered the car.

2009 Dodge Challenger SRT Hemi Lot 85

6.1 Liter V8, 6-speed manual transmission, odometer showing 19,165 miles.

2012 Dodge Challenger SXT Lot 86 | Offered without Reserve 3.6 VVT engine, automatic transmission, odometer showing 119,711.

1972 Dodge R/T Challenger Lot 87 | Offered without Reserve

340 V8 engine, pistol grip 4 speed transmission, bucket seats and console, 150 mph rallye dash, full gauges, power steering, power disc brakes, front and rear spoilers, factory radio, aluminum radiator, seatbelts, and sport wheels.

1967 Plymouth Belvedere Lot 91 | Offered without Reserve

1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe Lot 88

1972 Buick Gran Sport Lot 92

1927 Ford A T-Bucket Roadster Lot 89 | Offered without Reserve

1976 Volkswagen Super Beetle Lot 94 | Offered without Reserve

1968 Plymouth Satellite Lot 90

1977 Toyota FJ40 Lot 95

1986 Jeep Grand Cherokee Lot 86

1968 International Harvester Loadstar C01800 Lot 98

1998 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 Lot 97 | Offered without Reserve

1968 International Harvester Loadstar C01800 Lot 98

1951 International L 10 Lot 99 | Offered without Reserve

1965 International Harvester Lot 100 | Offered without Reserve

1950 Ford F1 Lot 101 | Offered without Reserve

1972 Ford F-100 Lot 102 | Offered without Reserve

1970 K5 Chevrolet Blazer 4x4 Lot 103

1966 Chevrolet C10 4x4 Lot 104 | Offered without Reserve

1986 Chevrolet K10 Lot 105

1976 Dodge Daytona Creation Truck Lot 107 | Offered without Reserv

1983 GMC Caballero Lot 10 | Offered without Reserv 8

2005 Optima 48’ aluminum car hauler with living area. Lot 109

2012 Blue Ridge 6/7 Car Enclosed Car Trailer Lot 110

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Saturday, June 25th | 10am Birmingham, Alabama Collector Motor Series Auction

Henderson Auctions extends an enthusiastic thank you to Mr. George Barber, Mr. Jeff Ray, Mr. Michael DeSocio and the entire Barber staff.

As always, they combine professionalism with can-do spirit and Southern hospitality.

The team at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum are indeed worthy of accolades and emulation.

Working with their team makes our team better.

2022 Collector Motor Series Auction Saturday June 25th, 2022 10am Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Birmingham, AL Buyer ’s Catalog


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