Barrett Jackson Top Muscle Car Results 2012
1. 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 Custom $1,000,000
This one-of-a-kind custom 1964 Fairlane 500 was born a rare K Code. It is currently modified with numerous one-of-a-kind custom components. Built by ROUSH Industries in Michigan and restored by the best technicians in the industry. This Fairlane was literally the poster child for the launch of the Sherwin-Williams, Planet Color, Barrett-Jackson Collector Color Series paints. This beauty is done in "Red Hot Chili Pepper" and debuted at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas 2009.
2. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 $451,000
An outstanding example of one of the original COPO ZL1 aluminum block 427 Camaros, this particular car is #9 of the total production run of 69 cars produced. This car is very well documented from its original delivery to Fred Gibb Chevrolet of LaHarpe, Illinois, the dealer that spearheaded the original concept of an all-aluminum motor ZL1 Camaro.Included with this car is an amazing collection of historical documentation including the Dealers Shippers copy of the original window sticker, the customer copy of the original bill of sale, a copy of the Chevrolet MSO and much more. Having been through a very expensive, cost-no-object restoration, this particular ZL1 Camaro is "one of the finest in existence", exactly as it states in the accompanying Cuneen report by Ed Cuneen of COPO Connection. Only the highest quality components were used in this restoration with a strong emphasis on New Old Stock pieces instead of more readily available reproduction items. A GM factory assembled body shell was used to correct the extensive body modifications performed during this cars long term drag race history. Look beyond the show-quality paint, beautifully-fitted body and flawless-trim to see one of the most top notch Camaro restorations in the world. The workmanship employed to complete this car is the best you will find and the direction to recapture assembly line correct details is evident throughout the entire car, in particular with engine compartment and chassis assemblies. The Cuneen Report that is included with this car features extensive photography and a certification of numbered and coded components. While this car has been driven only a few miles since completion, it has been mechanically sorted and performs flawlessly with no issues needing attention. Offered here today by collector George Lyons of Erie, Pennsylvania, this 1969 ZL1 Camaro is stunning, highly documented, correctly restored example from this historic run of just 69 cars.
3. 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Custom $401,500
This beautiful 1962 Corvette named "Elegance" is perfection at its finest. The attention to detail and tasteful custom design is amazing. There are many subtle custom modifications one might overlook due to its seamless sleek design. Remarkable and real '62 'Vette finished in a one-off color Champaign Mist. Sports a fully smoothed and polished, including the block, 500hp LS7 with street and performance polished accessories followed by a fully polished 4L65E transmission. Polished aluminum radiator and stainless hard air conditioning lines. Complete exhaust system is polished stainless with one-off tips. Suspension all polished C4 on a custom molded chassis. Sleek design and body modifications on front of car were extreme removing bumpers and making solid grille rings with matching side grilles. The coves were fitted with custom billet inserts. Rear quarters were widened 2" and top body line raised 1" and lengthened 1." All body lines peaked and or modified. Wheel opening tastefully altered to accept larger wheels. Inner fenders custom made and molded to body. All bolts polished stainless. Hood and trunk latches removed, actuators installed under side of car completely molded. All wiring hidden. Headlight rings custom made to eliminate the need for screws. Custom engine cover fitted with an emblem that matches the side emblems. The beautiful all-leather interior was all custom made including seats and console. Billet spears throughout interior match the billet side moldings. Headliner and trunk are all leather with one-off billet accents. 2011 national recognition includes Detroit Great 8, Top Ten Builder Choice in Del Mar, Calif., Top Ten Builder Choice in Loveland, Colo., Gold winner at Corvette Nationals in Chicago. Feature Car Hot Rod & Restoration Trade Show in Indianapolis, IN, feature car at SEMA in Las Vegas - Meguiar's Car Crazy TV show and Top 12 of Mothers Shine Award at SEMA, special guest at Long Beach MotoRama and featured in Super Chevy Platinum Magazine November 2011. A new car that has never been driven, except off trailer. Ready for new owner to hit the shows.
4. 1965 Shelby Mustang GT350 $385,000
An amazing barn find that was owned by its original owner until 2009. It has complete documentation that includes a copy of the original sales agreement from Shelby American to Galpin Ford and shipped to Webster Ford in Caruthers, Calif., who sold it to the original owner on September 29, 1965. It has a California Pink Slip, the sales agreement between Webster Ford and the original owner and the California Black plates are still on the car. It has the original, matching numbers engine and drivetrain, original paint and interior with 44,000 original miles. All original sheet metal, glass and four wheels. The engine and transmission have been freshened and the car is very drivable. There is photo documentation of removing it from its resting place of many years.
5. 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Custom $357,500
Beautiful Atomic Orange custom 1962 Corvette, with 1967 Corvette custom style hood and custom paint of fire on the hood's black stripe. This is an all original body Corvette with all the factory original panels, LS3 GM Performance crate motor, new 5-speed Tremec transmission, hydraclic clutch and mini tubed to fit 20"x10" custom Budnik rear wheels and 20"x8" front wheels. Usually when a C1 corvette is mini tubed, the softtop cannot be used, but this car has a functional softtop. The digital gauges are customized with orange lighting. The Al Knoch black leather custom interior, reclining seats, black Stayfast softtop, custom center console with DVD player, 1,100 amp sound system, Vintage Air conditioning and Vintage Air front runner, Be Cool radiator, electric fan, 6-piston Wilwood brakes with drilled and sloted rotors, power hood, complete Jim Meyers front uspension with chrome tubular A-arms, power rack & pinion steering, power brakes, power windows, custom trunk, custom mats by Lloyd Mats and more. Currie Ford 9" rear end with 4-link and adjustable coilover shocks at all four wheels.
6. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RCR Series 3 $350,000
The RCR Series 3 Camaro was a joint venture between RCR and Total Performance Incorporated of Wìchita, Kansas. The "Intimidator" serial number 3 of the 5 which were produced and the only car of the series to carry the "Intimidator" name is equipped with the actual engine block and other engine components that powered Earnhardt and the No. 3 GM Goodwrench Service Plus Chevrolet Monte Carlo at several NASCAR tracks. The inspiration for RCR Series 3 Camaro came from the famous No. 3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet race cars. Most significantly, the RCR Series 3 Camaro includes two engines, one of which is a Chevrolet SB2 block race engine built and tuned at RCR engine shop especially for this project. The other engine is an all-aluminum 427cid small block Chevy. RCR opted for Dynacorn's beautiful body shells, licensed by GM. Beyond the body shell is an array of ZFX aircraft composite/carbon fiber body panels, including a special one-piece hood, other extreme pieces include special rocker panels, a front fascia with an integral spoiler, shaved drip rails and door locks, a rear rolled pan, custom bumpers and a NASCAR Car of Tomorrow (COT) rear wing. Add to this f1ush mounted glass in back, a matching windshield with a custom logo and black Planet Color paint accented with red outlines around silver panels laid down by TPI. Other features include, Chassis Works G-Machine bolt-in frame clip with sub-frame connectors that tie to the mini-tubbed rear frame rails. This greatly improves rigidity to the unibody structure, allowing the triangulated 4-link, Hypercoil springs and Bilstein shocks to maintain the Chassis Works FAB 9 Direct Fit 9" axle with Eaton Detroit's Truetrac 3.55:1 gearing. Rear wheels are huge 18x12" HRE competition wheels and BFGoodrich g-Force T/A's, up front 18x10" rims. As for braking, Baer's Track System with PBR 2-piston calipers and 13x1.1" rotors. A spectacular tribute to the Legend of Dale Earnhardt. From the Jimmy Richardson Collection.
7. 2013 Shelby GT500 Special Edition $300,000
This Shelby GT500 Durability Car is a rare piece of muscle car history, and is the car that the SVT team and Carroll Shelby signed off at the racetrack. It is the genesis and inspiration for today's Shelby GT500 production Mustangs that are available at Ford dealerships nationwide. "I'm really proud to have my name on this car that you guys [Ford SVT Team] have put together working with my dreams of what I think a car should be. And you made it that and more," said Carroll Shelby. This Shelby GT500 Durability Car was designed and engineered by the Ford SVT team working together with Carroll Shelby. Ford SVT assembled much of this GT500 Durability by hand and then tested it on Sebring International Raceway, the High-speed Oval track at the Arizona Proving Ground, as well as the Route 66 road course, among others. It was personally piloted by Carroll Shelby during many hours of its testing. As a result of its testing, this Durability Car allowed the production GT500 to feature a 5.8L supercharged aluminum-block V8 engine cranks out 650hp and 600 lb/ft of torque, making it one of the most powerful cars ever built. Handling is world-class with a TORSEN limited-slip differential, carbon fiber one-piece drive shaft, front and rear Bilstein adjustable dampers, performance-tuned front and rear springs and front and rear stabilizer bars. The car stops on a dime with 6-piston Brembo front brake calipers, ABS Ventilated 4-wheel disc brakes and Electronic brake distribution. This vehicle is sold on a bill of sale; it cannot be titled and will be registered in the Official Shelby American Registry.
8. 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible $287,200
Brand new/just completed, new LS3 Cammer engine with 500hp, new Tremec 5-speed transmission, Art Morrison/Hedges chassis with C5 and C6 suspension, new Z06 brakes, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power hood, new 18" and 19" Z06 spider wheels with Nitto performance tires, new Corvette Cyber Gray exterior, red leather interior, new Hartz cloth top in black, Vintage air conditioning and heat, all chrome street and performance engine components and headers. This awesome combination of colors with the new technology of the chassis and drivetrain is a thrill to drive.
9. 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback $275,000
Another truly impressive Resto-Mod from the Jimmy Richardson Collection and Big Pop's Garage. Impressed with the styling of the Eleanor Mustang Jimmy wanted something different an over-the-top. His thought, what if all of the body modifications were steel and made to be an integral part of the body. Working with two shops Jimmy was able to turn this thought into reality. Hence the BAD ASS Mustang was born. This car is truly spectacular. It is unique in its construction and styling and is a one-of-a-kind Mustang. Not only different by the drivetrain but also dimensionally and geometrically different. The front fenders and hood have been extended. The workmanship leaves nothing to be desired and is truly first class. With over 3,000 man hours spent during the build process, the investment of time shows and shows well. The engine is a Shelby aluminum block displacing 428cid with Edelbrock aluminum Stage 3 heads and topped off with a Vortech supercharger built by Keith Craft. The engine peaks at 763hp and 747lb/ft of torque. Other top name products include Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes, Schott custom aluminum 3-piece wheels and every emblem is custom made. Finished in 2008 Shelby Super Snake Red with simulated bare metal stripes, this car truly stands out. Only 95 miles on the build. From the Jimmy Richardson Collection.
10. 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Baldwin Motion $275,000
Fully documented and hand signed by Joel "Mr. Motion" Rosen, this prototype (#01) Baldwin-Motion SuperCoupe won the General Motors 2005 SEMA Design Award as "Best GM Vehicle". The two-seat Baldwin-Motion SuperCoupe is powered by an all aluminum 540cid Merlin/Motion big block with a Kinsler Cross Ram Fuel Injection, set back 13" on a proprietary 2x3" tubular steel chassis. Power is transmitted to the independent rear fitted with hardened steel high-torque axles and a DANA 44 posi-traction center section via a Tremec TKO 5-speed transmission. The backbone/spine chassis runs through the console and is welded to the body, resulting in an incredibly rigid platform. Suspension is 4-wheel independent with polished unequal length control arms, toe-in control links. For maximum stopping power, car is equipped with 4-wheel Baer Claw Extreme-plus 6-piston disc brakes. Engraved with the Motion logo, 14" reverse cross-drilled rotors and unique cooling vents and ducts. The lowered and fully tubbed SuperCoupe, coach built by Phil Somers, also features Hot Rod air conditioning, custom interior with 6-way power seats, hand built dash and console and overhead console, hand crafted L88 style all steel hood, custom steel body panels, motion influenced, bonspeed alloy wheels, complete state of the art Sony sound system including a high resolution camera for rear view safety, and striping and badging in the Baldwin-Motion tradition. From the Ron Pratte Collection.
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