Lucky Collector Car Auction June 1st and 2nd.
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Over 200+ Cars, Boats, and Bikes expected.
Many @ NO RESERVE!
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Gates open at 9:00am, Auction starts at 10:30am.
325 152nd St. East Tacoma WA 98445
**ABSENTEE BIDDING AND LIVE PHONE BIDDING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR ALL OUT-OF-STATE OR INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS WHO ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND IN PERSON**
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With Chevrolet’s full-size C/K pickup trucks getting a mid-year redesign in the spring of 1987, the carry-over versions that launched the 1987 model year were re-identified as the R (4×2) and V (4×4), respectively. One of those 1987 Chevrolet Silverado R10 vehicles, being offered for sale on ClassicCars.com by a dealership in Arlington, Texas, is […]
Latest version of the full-size pickup brings improved drivability and mileage, and adds a competent turbo-4 engine to the lineup
The Porsche 911 Targa with its integral roll bar was as much a product of necessity as creativity. Safety advocates in the 1960s were targeting convertibles as inherently dangerous at the same time that Porsche was planning to produce its new 911 with a drop top. The imaginative solution was… viola!… a built-in roll bar […]
Panel trucks have been around for over a century, and they are relatives in many ways to the sport utility vehicles that have become so abundant on modern roadways. The idea behind the panel was to provide secure cargo-carrying capacity with a fully enclosed body. Ford was an early pioneer in the movement, and one […]
James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5, dubbed “the most-famous car in the world” after its appearance in the 1964 film Goldfinger, springs back to life as Aston Martin creates a limited run of DB5 Goldfinger Continuation cars. Just 25 of the iconic DB5 coupes will be built, the company says, all in Birch Silver like the […]
It was back in 1970 that General Motors opened its British proving grounds, Millbrook, in Bedfordshire, where the facility was dedicated to the testing and development of Vauxhall and Bedford vehicles. Now owned by Spectris, the Millbrook Providing Grounds is celebrating its 50th anniversary, albeit on a lower-key, pandemic basis so far. Spectris, which is […]
Silverstone Auctions staged its first “live online” collector car auction and reports a sell-through rate of 89 percent with £4.64 million (nearly $5.69 million) in overall sales. Topping the auction were a 1962 Jaguar D-type short-nose re-creation that sold for £390,500 ($478,525) and a 1984 Peugeot 205 T16 Group B that brought £306,000 ($374,980; Silverstone […]
Daniel Abt, 27, a German factory Formula E driver for Audi, was sacked and fined over the weekend when he substituted a ringer to drive a virtual race for him. He now joins NASCAR’s Mister N-word, Kyle Larson, as the newest member of the “virtual racing troublemaker’s club.” Like many pro racing series during the […]
The Video of the Day travels to Clinton, Mississippi, with Mobile Instinct to rediscover Jackson International Speedway, once the fastest half-mile in the world, but abandoned since 1986. “Sad to see it in this condition however I’m also glad it wasn’t bulldozed for a new shopping center,” we learn. “This abandoned racetrack sits in the […]
“I will drive combustion engines until I die…” A deep and very frank conversation with one of the best known collectors in the hobby yields much substance. This week we welcome collector, restorer and dealer, Bruce Canepa. Bruce discusses the climate in high-end collector cars, his battle with the US Government over the Porsche 959 […]