October 29, 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction Buyer's Catalog

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Collector Motor Series Auction Saturday October 29, 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, October 29, 2022 | 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, October 28th, 6pm - 8pm, Private Museum Tour, Open Bar, Catered by Bruno Hospitality Auction Day: Saturday, October 29, 2022 includes a VIP Brunch with Open Bar, 9am - 1pm, Auction Starts at 10am CT, Commemorative Buyers Guide, (2) General Admission Museum Tickets, Bidder Fee included Bidding Pass | $100 Fee Bidder and One Guest Auction Day: Saturday, October 29, 2022, 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 October 26, 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 Registration Payments CREDIT CARD: Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover

Preview Date and Time General Preview: Friday, October 28th | 10am - 5pm VIP Preview: Friday, October 28th | 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, phone bidding or absentee bidding. www.hendersonmotorseries.com or www.proxibid.com to bid online. 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, October 26, 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, October 31, 2022. 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 below: (please include your bidder number).

United States Wire Information: Please wire transfer the balance due plus the $25 wire transfer fee to:

First Guaranty Bank 400 East Thomas Hammond, LA 70401 ABA# 065404340

For Further Credit To: Henderson Auctions 13340 Florida Blvd, Livingston, LA 70754 Account # 500053375 | Reference (Bidder Number):

Download the Henderson Auctions APP Android and Apple Devices (at no cost) Search “Henderson Auctions”

Phone Bidding (Registration Approval Required) Tricia Ory | +1.225.341.1577 tricia@hendersonauctions.com


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, October 29, 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, October 30, 2022 from 8am to 5pm and again on Monday, October 31, 2022 from 8am to 5pm.

Shuttlesworth International Airport – Birmingham, AL 5900 Messer Airport Hwy, Birmingham, AL 35212 Phone: 205.595.0533 Runway: 12,007 feet | FBO: Atlantic Aviation (East & West) (KEKY, EKY) Bessemer Airport – Bessemer, AL. Address: 900 Mitchell Field Rd, Bessemer, AL 35022 Phone: 205.428.9292 Runway: 6,007 feet (KEET, EET) Shelby County Airport – Alabaster, AL Address: 265 Weather Vane Rd, Calera, AL 35040 Phone: 205.670.6359 Runway: 5000 x 75 ft. Hagerty Collector Car Insurance As a Hagerty Drivers Club Member, you receive exclusive offers, roadside service, valuation tools, and $50 off your bidding registration fees for the October 29, 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction. Get insurance quotes and sign up for the Hagerty Drivers Club today at www.hagerty.com

Vehicle Storage and Transportation Classic Car Motoring, Irondale, Alabama www.classiccarmotoring.com Classic Car Motoring has partnered with

Henderson Auctions to provide superior exotic transportation services, and vehicle storage. This 44 year old family owned business has earned a world-wide reputation for exceptional service. Jeff, Chris, and Josh Baggett with Classic Car Motoring will work with our team to arrange transportation of your purchased vehicles to “The Vault”, a luxury storage facility. Jeff Baggett: 205.841.2153, Chris Baggett 205.841.2153 Josh Baggett: 205.420.9897 Visit www.classiccarmotoring.com for facility photos and additional information on transportation, storage and luxury event preparation.

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.

Alabama Auctioneer License: Jeffrey Henderson | AL#5524


Classic Car Motoring Jeff, Chris & Josh Baggett www.classiccarmotoring.com Luxury Transport, Storage and Event Preparation Classic Car Motoring has partnered with Henderson Auctions Motor Series to provide superior exotic transportation services, storage, repairs, and meticulous detailing for event preparations. This 44 year old family-owned business has earned a world-wide reputation for exceptional service. Jeff, Chris, and Josh Baggett with Classic Car Motoring in Irondale, AL will work with our team to handle all your luxury car needs.


Jeff Baggett: 205.841.2153 | Chris Baggett 205.841.2153 | Josh Baggett: 205.420.9897 Visit www.classiccarmotoring.com for facility photos and additional information on transportation, storage and luxury event preparation.

Memorabilia Collector Motor Series Auction

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Motorcycles | Bikes October 29, 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction


Lot 100 | Offered without Reserve 1960 Cushman Eagle

Lot 101 Cushman Eagle w/Cargo Box Side Car

Lot 102 1986 Honda Z50 Christmas Special

Lot 103 1976 Honda Z50

Lot 104 | Offered without Reserve Husqvarna 400 Cross

Lot 105 | Offered without Reserve Husqvarna 360C Enduro

Lot 106 1969 Yamaha 125 Enduro AT1

Lot 107 | Offered without Reserve 1975 Hodaka Road Toad 100

Lot 108 1974 Harley Davidson MX250 Prototype

Lot 109 1962 Triumph TT Special Preproduction 1

Lot 110 1962 Triumph TT Special Preproduction 2

Lot 111 Honda CL-77 305 Scrambler


Lot 112 | Offered without Reserve 1967 Honda CL-77 305 Scrambler

Lot 113 1970 Honda 750

Lot 114 | Offered without Reserve 1975 Honda CB750 K5

Lot 115 1973 750CC Triumph Bonneville

Lot 116 1967 Triumph TR6-R Trophy

Lot 117 1969 Yamaha TD2A

Lot 118 1973 Norton Production Racer Replica

Lot 119 1975 Norton 850 Commando

Lot 120 1963 Harley Davidson Tele-Glide

Lot 121 2003 Custom Built Chopper

Lot 122 1984 Harley Davidson FLHS-80

Lot 123 Harley Davidson CVP Screaming Eagle


Lot 124 “The 48” 2012 Harley Davidson XL 1200X

Lot 125 “Iron” 2021 Harley Davidson XL883N

Lot 126 | Offered without Reserve 1985 Honda VF1000R

Lot 127 1994 BMW R1100 RS

Lot 128 2001 BMW K1200 RS

Lot 129 | Offered without Reserve 2000 Indian Gilroy Chief

Lot 130 | Offered without Reserve 2003 Gilroy Indian Chief Road Master

Lot 131 | Offered without Reserve 2003 Gilroy Indian Chief Vintage #45

Lot 133 1973 Ducati Sport 750

Lot 132 1938 Indian Chief


2002 Ducati MH900e | #988 of 2000 produced. Including the original shipping crate panels, numbered display plaque, owner’s manual, tool kit, wheel stand, and a 0988/2000 T-Shirt. Lot 134 | Offered without Reserve

All proceeds from Lot 134 will be contributed to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.

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Lot 150 1985 21’ Carter Classic Mahogany Boat


Autos | Trucks October 29, 2022 Collector Motor Series Auction


Lot 151 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized 2016 Porsche Panamera 4 Edition

Lot 152

1933 Ford Victoria Tudor

Lot 153 | Offered without Reserve 1919 Essex

Lot 154 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

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1966 Land Rover Type 2A Defender

Lot 156 | Offered without Reserve 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible

Lot 157 1967 Camaro RS/SS

Lot 158

2001 Dodge Viper RT/10

Lot 159 | Offered without Reserve 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLS 550

Lot 160 2002 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 Collector Edition

Lot 161

1985 Jeep CJ7 Laredo

Lot 162 | Offered without Reserve 1948 Willys Jeep Truck

Lot 163 | Offered without Reserve 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

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1932 Ford Custom Built Roadster

Lot 165 2004 Porsche 911 Turbo X50

Lot 166 2020 Tesla Model X

Lot 166.1 | Offered without Reserve

1965 Factory Five Shelby Cobra 427 Roadster

Lot 167 2022 Jeep Rubicon 392

Lot 168 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized 2017 Ford F150 Lariat Shelby

1 of 150 limited production supercrew Shelby Lariats. It is equipped with a 5.0L V8 FFV with SelectShift transmission, twin panel moonroof, includes the Shelby package to 750 HP with a Whipple Supercharger.

Lot 169 2021 Ford Shelby F150 Super Snake | 1 of only 300 built, 775 HP, less than 1000 miles.

Lot 170 1986 Jeep CJ7 Laredo

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1985 Jeep CJ7 Renegade

Lot 172 | Offered without Reserve 2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport S

Lot 173 1962 Dodge Powerwagon M37B1

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1934 Ford Tutor

Lot 175 1932 Ford Roadster

Lot 176 | Offered without Reserve 1985 Mercedes-Benz 380SL

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1972 Porsche 911S

Lot 178 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo

Lot 179 | Offered without Reserve 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 1LT | 6.2L V8 Engine, 8 Speed, Less than 100 Miles!

Lot 180 2015 Audi R8 V10 Spyder | Extremely Rare (1 of 16) Carbon Edition, Nappa Leather, 550 HP

1957 Cadillac Coupe Deville Lot 181

One of the nicest Cadillac restorations you will find. Black on black, frame off restoration, 30 miles since restoration. CTSV-LSA 556 HP, 556 torq. 4L - 85 transmission, 4 SP OHD, 9inch Williams CCP 4 wheel disc, Power seats, all new chrome and glass, power windows and locks, hidden custom radio and navigation , power rack, stunning black interior with factory look.


2017 Rolls-Royce RR6 Series Silver Dawn Lot 182

2009 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Lot 183 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized

Lot 184 1997 Land Rover Defender 90

1960 Chevrolet Impala Lot 185

2004 Ferrari 360 Spider Convertible | Less that than 4400 Miles! Lot 186 | Offered without Reserve

2011 Porsche 911 (997) Speedster Lot 187 Beautiful Pure Blue exterior, Carrera Trim, Limited Edition, Nr. 244/356, 3.8L engine. Showing 22,205 miles.


Lot 188 2015 Porsche GT3

2017 Mercedes-Benz Maybach AMG S65 Cabriolet Lot 189 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized

2022 Maserati MC20 | Only 105 Miles! Lot 190

1956 Jaguar XK140 MC DHC | Own a Piece of History! Lot 191

The 1956 Jaguar XK140 Pioneer, believed to be permanently lost to the sands of time by racing enthusiasts and automotive historians alike, was found unaltered, sitting in a garage for nearly three decades. Adored and driven by Hall of Fame inductee, Denise McCluggage, who was an extraordinary woman known for her multiple legendary talents (including her Auto Journalism and Racecar Driving), most notably, this Jag was discovered a couple of years after her passing at the age of 88. Originally gifted to McCluggage by a celebrated sportsman, her race team sponsor, and one of the most pivotal figures in postwar sports car racing, Briggs Cunningham, “Lady Leadfoot” (affectionately named by Motorsports friends and rivals alike) was the car that started everything for McCluggage and inspired her to race. At that time both racing and journalism were taboo for women, and Denise was beyond her time in that respect, breaking down gender barriers on multiple levels. Though she raced with many cars throughout her career and was riddled with accolades and noteworthy achievements, there was a fondness she held in her heart for this beautiful ’56 Jag. Chassis # S818207.


1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Alpine Eagle Lot 192 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized Originally owned by His Grace the Duke of Westminster and armored for combat in the Arabian Desert to fight the Ottoman Turks and their Central Powers allies. T.E. Lawrence, widely known as Lawrence of Arabia, once wrote “More valuable” than rubies in the desert.” The great British warrior, archaeologist, diplomat, and writer was referring to the fleet of armored Rolls-Royces commissioned for fighting in the Sinai and Palestine Campaign by the British Empire and Arab Revolt allies against the Ottoman Empire and the Imperial German allies. Gentlemen officers led daring and successful raids through the desert in these war chariots, terrifying and overwhelming the enemy. One such gentleman was the dashing Hugh Grosvenor, second Duke of Westminster. The Duke raced motorboats in the 1908 Olympics, served with the Royal Horse Guards, the Imperial Yeomanry, and as aide-de-camp to Lord Roberts and Lord Milner in the Second Boer War in South Africa. He volunteered for front-line combat and served with distinction during the First World War. While with the Cheshire Yeomanry, the Duke developed a prototype Rolls-Royce armored car and led a fleet of them into multiple battles. The most fantastic of these assaults was the raid to rescue the crews of the HMT Moorina and HMS Tara who were being held captive in poor conditions at Bir Hakeim. Grosvenor led nine armored Rolls-Royces, three armed but unarmored

cars, and a fleet of twenty-eight further cars and ambulances, on a 120-mile dash across the desert. The enemy forces were overwhelmed, the sailors saved, and the Duke was promoted and received the DSO (Distinguished Service Order). Chassis 34LB was ordered in July 1914 by His Grace the Duke of Westminster and built to full Alpine Eagle Specifications. It was returned to Rolls-Royce in 1916 to be fitted with armor before being shipped to Egypt and Palestine. After service in the War, it was returned to Rolls-Royce in 1920 and rebuilt for civilian use. It has a beautiful, top-level restoration and is fitted with a tri-pod turret and a display-only, non-working Maxim .30 caliber machine gun. This should come in handy when you encounter a difficult to persuade judge at a concours d’elegance event!



1937 Bugatti 57C Van Vooren Cabriolet Lot 193 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized History as described in the 2018 American Bugatti Register and Data Book: “The rolling chassis 57742 was produced in November 1938 with engine 516. In January 1939, a red factory Berline body with cuir havane interior was made. On May 31, 1939 the car was ordered by the garage Carnot for the first owner Saint Martin. The order went via Bugatti agent Groslambert in Besancon, close to the Swiss border and he paid the strange price of Frs. 91,007.25 for the car. Usually such prices were the result of conversions from foreign currencies, so the owner may have paid in Swiss currency. In the Commandes book, the word Stelvio was added, the meaning of which is not known. In the sixties the car was bought by Jean Serre with the derelict Galibier body. Later, he bought the Vanvooren body, ex-57430 from Hans Weber Henning. Chassis 57430 was one of the so-called ‘Prince Napolean’ cars as he was the first owner. Serre first sold the rolling chassis and later the body to Charles Bronson who united them. A compressor was also added; it seems the frame had a factory made indentation so it was fit without modification. It languished until 2005 when it was shown at the Techno Classica in Germany by Tony Paalman, with his then-firm ‘Car Discoveries.’ The car was sold to Howard Fafard in Framingham, Massachusetts. It was totally restored by Competition Motors, which assumed ownership after it was completed. It was shown at the Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach on August 19, 2012 and sold to the present owner in 2016 who has chosen to remain anonymous.”

This beautiful car was seized from its most recent owner by his lending institution and is now selling without reserve!

31036 miles showing. Chassis #57742

1927 Bugatti Type 40 Lot 194 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized

History as described in the 2018 American Bugatti Register and Data Book: “This car was produced in September 1927 with engine 461 and taken to Gangloff for the production of a Grand Sport. It was ordered by and delivered to Ernest Friderich in Nice on April 19, 1928 for Frs. 31,321. It was purchased in August and registered 7887 M 13 by its first owner, Louis Marc Laugin of the George Saint Pierre in Nice. Six months later, it was sold to Baron Maximilien von Romberg, also of Nice and re-registered 4383 BA. A descendant of a noble Prussian military family, von Romberg was a notable polo player, aviator, and member of society. While he was killed in a 1938 airplane crash, the car had likely already found its way to the U.S. Gus Edwards, a well-known songwriter and vaudevillian performer who was later played by Bing Crosby in a 1939 film loosely based on his life called, ‘The Star Maker’ was the first identified American owner.

The car was erroneously depicted in 1979 as 40461 after the engine number. Donald Koleman in Salem, Massachusetts purchased the rolling chassis in 1986 and was able to add

Robert Chamberlain, Wendell Spencer, Waldon Peterson, and James Robinson as previous owners. The car was neglected and missing some minor items, but retained a few of its original cycle fenders. Donald restored it and fitted the steel Grand Sport body of 40681,

another T40 that he owned at the time, and eventually sold to Dan Margulies. 40575 was painted black with red interior and beige soft-top.A T37A supercharger was obtained from Kent Olsson at Retromobile in 1989 which posed

some problems, like the need for taller rear end gears, but he was convinced ‘If Ettore can do it for Lidia, so can I.’ Those who have driven it report that the car is quite a performer and a car that Molsheim should have produced. Since this car was supercharged, several others have emulated Koleman’s successful conversion.”

An estimated 745 examples of the Type 40 were produced. Chassis# 40575


Lot 195 | Offered without Reserve Baby Bugatti Type 52

2022 Ferrari Roma Coupe Lot 196

1966 Jaguar XKE Coupe Lot 197

2013 Ferrari California Spider Lot 198 | Offered without Reserve

2015 Mercedes-Benz 2500 Customized Sprinter Van Lot 199

1957 Chevrolet Restomod Lot 200

1966 Shelby Cobra Roadster Built by Superformance Lot 201

2017 Land Rover Range Rover Lot 202 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized

1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud Lot 203

1940 Ford Deluxe Split Window Coupe Lot 204

1973 Chevrolet Corvette Lot 205

2022 Ford Bronco Wildtrak Sasquatch Package | Less than 350 Miles! Lot 206 | Offered without Reserve

Lot 207 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

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2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8

Lot 209 1982 Land Rover Series III

Lot 210 | Offered without Reserve 1978 Mercedes-Benz 450SL

Lot 211

1954 Packard Cavalier Sedan

Lot 212 1973 Chevrolet Nova 350

Lot 213 1996 Chevrolet Corvette

Lot 214 | Offered without Reserve | Bank Seized

2011 Aston Martin Rapide Sedan

Lot 215 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

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1952 MG TD Roadster

Lot 217 1993 Cadillac Allante

Lot 218 | Offered without Reserve 1993 Mercedes-Benz 500SL

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1985 Chevrolet Silverado

Lot 220 1997 Land Rover Discovery SE-7

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2003 Chevrolet SSR

Lot 222 1982 AMC Eagle 30

Lot 223 | Offered without Reserve 1972 Chevrolet Custom/1.0

Lot 224

2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500

Lot 225 1984 Chevrolet C10

Lot 226 1927 Ford T-Bucket Roadster

Lot 227

1971 Chevrolet C10

Lot 228 | Offered without Reserve 1993 Ford F150 XLT

Lot 229 | Offered without Reserve 2003 Nissan 350Z

Lot 230

2006 ATC Stacker Trailer w/Generator, HVAC, Remote Awning, Air Ride, & Neon Ground Lighting

Lot 231 2018 30’ Covered Wagon Car Hauler w/Aluminum Rear Ramp Door, Spread Axles, Electric Jack, etc...

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Saturday, October 29, 2022 | 10am Birmingham, Alabama Collector Motor Series Auction

Once again, we at Henderson Auctions want to extend our heartfelt thank you to the Barber Team. It is our honor and sincere pleasure to work with an organization, whose members and mission exemplify excellence.

Mr. George Barber, Mr. Jeff Ray, and Mr. Mark Whitt always seek, expect, and work diligently to achieve the best…and the best is contagious.

We also extend a special thanks to Mr. Denis McCarthy, Director of Restoration, and to Mr. Darryl Hall, Security Manager. They and their staff welcome us as honored guests and partners and they never bristle at the inconveniences that we undoubtedly cause.

Finally, we thank Mr. Michael DeSocio and the ever-capable Ms. Sara Hensley. We remain humbled by their generosity of spirit.

Collector Motor Series Auction Saturday October 29, 2022 10am Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Birmingham, AL Buyer ’s Catalog


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