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    1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible At Fort Lauderdale Sale 2016

    By the late fifties, Cadillac was looked as the ultimate in the full-sized luxury car market in North America. Although the extravagant 1959 model caused a sensation when introduced, it later came to be viewed as the zenith of automotive styling excess. For its 1960 models, Cadillac significantly refined their approach, shrinking the exaggerated fins […] More

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    1953 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster at Auctions America’s Fort Lauderdale 2016

    This Corvette featured GM’s 235 cubic inch “Blue Flame” inline six-cylinder engine, which featured triple Carter carburetors and a dual exhaust that is tastefully routed through the rear bodywork at approximately the same height as the rear bumpers. The engine’s respectable 150 horsepower was transferred to the road through a two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. All […] More

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    Rare 1948 Tucker 48 at Fort Lauderdale 2016

    For many, the Tucker 48 remains a rolling symbol of the American dream and one of the most advanced early post-war automobiles. Eventually, 51 examples of the Tucker 48 were assembled, and of those were the original “Tin Goose” prototype and 50 pilot-production cars. Tucker left behind several automobiles that had been partially but not […] More

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    Ford GT40 Mk IIB at Fort Lauderdale Sale

    To immediately establish the pure essence of the Ford GT 40; it is basically a sleek, 14-foot long man-guided missile that is the height of a tall dog and capable of running 100 miles per hour in reverse and twice that when pointed the right direction. It is reported that this particular car, GT 40 […] More

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    2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition – 2.7 Miles Since New at Fort Lauderdale Sale

    Auctions America is gearing up for its first auction of the season: its well-established Fort Lauderdale, Florida sale, returning March 27 – 29 to the Greater Fort Lauderdale / Broward County Convention Center. For those with a penchant for modern automotive design, this year’s Fort Lauderdale sale boasts a wonderful bevy of late model collectibles. […] More

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    2005 Ford GT Goes Under the Hammer at Fort Lauderdale Sale

    Originally owned by Michael Dingman, a member of Ford’s Board of Directors for over two decades, this Ford GT was ordered on May 18, 2004 with a handwritten notation in the offering letter that read “car #2.” It is expected to fetch $450,000 – $550,000 when hit the auction block at Fort Lauderdale sale on […] More