After three days of non-stop holidays at WestWorld in Scottsdale, nearly 100 collector cars arrived at the Barrett-Jackson auction block for the first day of bidding on Monday.
The best sellers were a 1929 Ford Model A Roadster that cost $ 35,200, a 1995 H1 Hummer that cost $ 29,700 and a 1965 Ford Mustang that sold for $ 26,400.
The auction has a record 1,950 cars in play until Sunday. Most will be sold without reservation, which means there is no minimum price and cars will be sold to the highest bidder.
This is what another 10 collection vehicles sold Monday at Barrett-Jackson.
1970 Honda Z50 Mini custom bike
The first car that started the auction is not really a car, but a custom Honda mini bike. (Photo: courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)
The first car that started the auction is not really a car, but a custom Honda mini bike.
The Z50 engine has been updated to 70cc with a 3-speed automatic transmission and has a Stingray-inspired banana bike seat.
Sale price: $ 3,850.
1937 Morgan F4 Roadster
This Morgan F4 green roadster was built in 1937 and features a right-hand drive and three wheels.
Morgan Motor Company is a British car manufacturer founded in 1909. The car runs on a 4-cylinder engine combined with a 3-speed manual transmission.
Sale price: $ 22,000
1958 Volkswagen Beetle Ragtop Custom Slider
This custom 1958 Volkswagen Beetle works with a 1191cc 4-cylinder engine coupled to a 4-speed manual transmission.
The car has been restored and features new custom Klassik Rader wheels and a tweed interior.
Sale price: $ 19,800.
1929 Ford Model A Custom Coupe
The 1929 Ford Model A coupe is powered by a large-block 454ci V8 engine and a 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. The custom construction features a steel body cut into a custom frame and a body drop.
The car has a pneumatic suspension, a custom wooden interior, a custom parking brake with ax and a spoke wheelset.
Sale price: $ 11,000
1986 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Convertible
This 1986 Camaro IROC features windows and electric locks, a leather steering wheel and factory-premium IROC alloy wheels. The car has 27,000 original miles.
The car is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Sale price: $ 10,450.
1949 Crosley CC Pickup
This mostly unrestored truck comes with a new paint job, a wheelbase of 80 inches and 40,911 miles.
The truck is powered by a 44.5ci 4-cylinder engine paired with a 3-speed manual transmission.
Sale price: $ 8,800.
1989 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren Convertible
Only 1,806 cars were produced during the ASC / McLaren customization of the Ford Mustang between 1987 and 1990. Only 289 cars were produced in 1989, including this convertible.
The car has a 5.0-liter V8 engine, optional with the 4-speed automatic transmission and 51,092 original miles. The custom paint color is Keewnau White.
Sale price: $ 10,450.
1966 Dodge D-100 custom truck
This 1966 Dodge short bed van comes with new paint, leather seats and an updated interior in 2019.
The truck is powered by a 360ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission.
Sale price: $ 16,500.
1973 Jeep Commando
This 1973 Jeep Commando 4×4 features a half cab and a rigid roof complete with new paint and interior.
The Jeep works with a 304ci V8 engine paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission.
Sale price: $ 7,700.
1953 Chevrolet 5-Window Pickup
This 1953 Chevrolet truck was completely restored, with a new interior, windows, tires, chrome, brakes and suspension.
The truck comes with the original 3.5-liter 6-cylinder petrol engine in line with an added double carburetor, combined with a 3-hand manual transmission in a tree.
Sale price: $ 24,200.
Check back for more Barrett-Jackson coverage. Contact reporter Lorraine Longhi at [email protected] or 480-243-4086. Follow her on Twitter @lolonghi.
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