Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach Auction is almost here. Taking place at the South Florida Fairgrounds April 6 – 8, all the vehicles up for bid during the auction will also be available online via Proxibid – the exclusive provider of online bidding for Barrett-Jackson auctions. While interested buyers will be pleased to see a wide variety of prewar vehicles, modern supercars, and imports, collectors and fans of American muscle cars will be thrilled by the selection on the docket for the Palm Beach Auction.
Catch the following American muscle cars hit the block during the Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Auction:
Lot #718: Lee Marvin’s 1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible – This Shelby was delivered to Actor Lee Marvin and was featured on the cover of Mustang Magazine in 1991. With just 47,000 miles and 1,500 miles from its rebuild, the car retains a remarkable amount of original equipment and is in pristine condition.
Lot #690: 1970 Dodge Challenger – This mopar has more than $200,000 invested in it, featuring XV Motorsports Level II suspension, Level II brakes, a new Indy Cylinder Heads all-aluminum 528ci Street Legend HEMI and more. The vehicle is finished in Hemi Orange Pearl with a gray and black interior. It will sell at No Reserve!
Lot #707: Reggie Wayne’s 1967 Ford Mustang GT Custom Fastback – This Pro-Touring Mustang GT, owned by Reggie Wayne of the Indianapolis Colts, is clean from top to bottom. Beside the appeal of the celebrity provenance, the vehicle has a tasteful custom interior and custom door panels with subtle metal accents.
Lot #729: 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429: After a full engine rebuild and ground-up restoration, this rare vehicle is in beautiful condition and ready to be added to any collection. There were just 1,356 Mustang Boss 429s built in total, and just 271 in Wimbledon White like this example up for auction.
Lot #698 1967 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback: With thousands of hours of labor invested, this custom is up for auction with No Reserve. All door handles and badges were removed for a sleek look, and the entire rear end of the car was modified, hand-fabricated and sculpted with a set of new Mustang LED bulbs. This car is one you need to see for yourself!
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