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1966 Chevy Impala

1966 Chevy Impala

1966 Chevy Impala $8,990!

1911 Cadillac

1911 Cadillac

1911 Cadillac For Sale!

1955 Studebaker

1955 Studebaker

1955 Studebaker Only $9,300!

1966 Ford Galaxie

1966 Ford Galaxie

1966 Ford Galaxie $22,900!

1940 Dodge

1940 Dodge

1940 Dodge For Sale!!!

1970 Plymouth Fury III

1970 Plymouth Fury III

1970 Plymouth Fury III $5,995!!!



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Auto Round-Up News

  • Help Us Save This Ford Bronco Today!

    Thursday, September 11th, 2014
  • Al Capone’s 1931 Dodge?!

    Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

    Al Capone’s 1931 Dodge?! By Greg Zyla Q: Greg, I bought a collector car in Burlington, IA, in 1997 and I thought the owner was kidding when she told me it was once owned by Al Capone and bought for his bookkeeper in 1931 before he went to prison. My Dodge is a four-door sedan […]

  • The 1974 Cadillac Eldorado

    Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

    The 1974 Cadillac Eldorado After More Than Four Decades, This Car Now Appeals To Collectors By Tad Burness Cadillac’s first Eldorado model was a luxury convertible of 1953, featuring a new panoramic wraparound windshield that all GM cars adopted by 1955. Soon, hardtops joined convertibles in the Eldorado line. For 1966, GM had successfully reintroduced […]

  • Holy Cow, Batman

    Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

    Holy Cow, Batman By Mark C. Bach This winter you might have seen on television the original Batmobile auctioned at the Barrett-Jackson Car Auction for $4.2 million dollars. Well here is more background on the car and the sale. Actually, the final selling price is officially $4.62 million dollars, because at this auction (like many […]

  • Barrett-Jackson Round-Up

    Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

    Barrett-Jackson Round-Up By Mark C. Bach The early 2013 classic car auction scene took off like a rocket! From a 1958 Ferrari 250 GT California Spider that sold for $8.25 million, setting an all-time Arizona sale record, to the George Barris Batmobile selling for $4.62 million, and setting an all-time high for a TV or […]

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