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Old 06-13-2022, 02:31 AM
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This 69 Trans Am was sold new at Parker Motor Co. in Tahlequah OK. It is 1 of 55 RA IV Trans Ams and 1 of 9 with an automatic transmission. This car still has its original drivetrain and is PHS documented. It sold for $350K.
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Old 06-15-2022, 11:41 PM
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This Forest Green 70 Chevelle SS convertible was sold new at Fox Chevrolet in Munising MI. This is an L78 car with an automatic and 3.55 gears. It had an inspection report from Rick Nelson with it. It has an original build sheet but the original engine and transmission are missing. It was a very nice restoration but had a few incorrect items under the hood. The ad also stated it was 1 of 8 known 70 L78 convertibles but I think there are more than that known. It sold for $215K in the Bid Goes On.
Owned the twin to it but as an LS5 / 4 spd. Amazing prices these days.......beautiful restoration.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:21 AM
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Here are the rest or my pictures from Mecum Indy '22. This 69 AMX Super Stocker is #13 of 52 built and was sold new at Larry D. Felts Motors in Longview WA. For those who don't know the 52 cars are all consecutive VINs and are denoted by a Y in the 7th digit in the VIN. This car was once part of Pattrick McGroder's collection. It was at MCACN in '11 as part of the Hurst Invitational. This car was from Tom Abrams collection and sold for $165K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:29 AM
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This 69 Hurst SC/Rambler is 1 of 1,512 produced. They were all 4 speeds, had charcoal vinyl split-bench seat interiors with tri-colored headrests and had the A or B paint scheme. I believe the first batch of cars were all A scheme cars like this one, while later cars were either A or B scheme cars. This car was part of Tom Abrams collection and sold for $85K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:33 AM
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This 69 Hurst SC/Rambler is a B scheme car. It was not as nice as the A scheme car and had some incorrect items under the hood. It was also from Tom Abrams collection and sold for $75K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:37 AM
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This 70 Rebel Machine is 1 of 2,326 built and is a 4 speed car with air conditioning. The early cars were all Frost White with red, white and blue stripes like this car, but later in the year they were available in any color. This car was at MCACN in '10 as part of the Class of 1970 Display. This car still has its original drivetrain and was from Tom Abrams collection. It sold for $132.5K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:44 AM
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This White 67 Hemi Coronet R/T convertible is 1 of 3 built and the only one with a TorqueFlite transmission. It was sold new at Jenkintown Dodge in Jenkintown PA to M.S. Rubin. It was at MCACN in '17 as part of the Class of '67 Display. It was also featured in the October '19 issue of Mopar Collectors Guide and Muscle Car Review. It is an older restoration with some incorrect items and sold for $75K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:49 AM
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This Bright Red 67 Hemi Coronet R/T has a TorqueFlite with a console and 3.23 gears. It appeared to be an older restoration and sold for $55K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 02:56 AM
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This 68 Dart Hemi Super Stock is a factory LO23 car that was owned and raced by Ron Mancini and sponsored by Gratiot Auto Supply. It is a TorqueFlite car and is part of Tom Abrams collection. It was bid to $130K.
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Old 06-18-2022, 03:02 AM
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This 68 Dart Hemi Super Stock is a factory LO23 car and is 1 of 2 that Dick Landy campaigned. Dick drove the 4 speed car while Tom Lambeck drove this TorqueFlite car. Both cars had similar paint schemes with slightly different letting and decal arrangements. The 4 speed car was part of Todd Werner's collection until he sold it a Mecum Harrisburg in '19. This car is part of Tom Abrams collection and was bid to $200K.
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