Classics The Last Of The Original CSX3000 Cobras To Sell From Dealer Stock Is Heading To Mecum Auction
1969 Chevy Chevelle SS 396: A Collector Car You Can Daily Drive
This car doesn't just have to sit in your garage! In many ways, certain cars can perfectly define a generation. For the 1960’s it didn't get more iconic than the Chevelle SS. A large displacement engine, simple but accommodating interior, and sporty style is what made the muscle car era and Chevy’s arguably most successful nameplate had it all. © Provided by Motorious Although the purist might disagree, one of the coolest features to come out of this part of automotive history was that the cars were highly customizable.
In 1965 Carroll Shelby began production of the 100 planned 427-cid powered Cobras carrying the iconic CSX3000 serial numbers and by October 1966 CSX3042 was delivered to Grappone Ford in Concord, New Hampshire.
After hearing about the troubles plaguing production of the newthat lead to its discontinuation, John Grappone made the decision to keep the car instead of selling it. Ultimately this decision paid off as it did not take long for the car, as one of just produced, to gain in value. As the story goes, a Connecticut man by the name of Dan Turman purchased the car for $107,000 in 1982 making it the last Shelby Cobra to be sold out of dealer inventory.
Auction - Strange application form from Steve Jobs goes under the hammer
A letter of application from the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is being auctioned again. Experts expect bids in the six-figure range at the auction. © Provided by Finances.net nui7711 / Shutterstock.com It's hard to believe, but there were things in Steve Jobs's life that the visionary and Apple co-founder didn't tackle with full vigor. There is no other way of explaining the letter of application, which is bursting with spelling errors and indifference and which is now open for auction.
Since new,has been owned by five people including John Grappone of Grappone Ford. Over the years it has been modified for racing, show, and just plain preference. However, it’s third owner was able to reunite the car with its original Blue Streak tires adding significant historical value and its fifth owner, Steven Juliano, returned the car to its original form beginning in 2007. Today, the car shows extremely well in its original form with only rebuilt original or NOS parts and has been hailed as a ‘reference-level example’ with ‘no equal.’
Thisis scheduled to roll across the auction floor at Mecum’s Indy 2021 Auction. The auction begins on May 14th and CSX3042 will likely sell on May 21st for an estimated $3.5-million to $4-million. Don’t miss out on this incredible chance to add an S/C Shelby Cobra with a rich history and just 10,760 original miles to your collection.
Custom Jaguar D-Type Recreation Could Be Yours .
This would spice up any collection! Jaguar is the United Kingdom’s greatest car manufacturer by all standards. Nothing can beat the sleek styling, agile handling, and beautiful performance of a classic Jag. While hardcore Jaguar fans will remember the E-Type and XK-120 as some of the coolest Jags ever produced, however, another wild cat is waiting to pounce. The car that we refer to is of course the Jaguar D-type. This 1956 British classic is famous for its blistering straight-six engine and passion to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans.