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Posted: 1/21/2006 5:49:34 PM EDT
32 MILLION in cars sold today. A one day record for a auction.

The original Pontiac Bonnivile show car from 1955 (became a street car in 1957) sold for 2.2 million.
The only Chevelle to beat the Hemis in the 1970 season sold for 1.2 million.
The 1953 Chrysler d'Elegance Hemi showcar sold for 1.1 Million.
Howard Hughes 1962 Chrysler Imperial sold for 450,000.

The last of the 14 1970 Plymouth Hemicuda convertibles just sold for TWO Million dollars.

Elvis's 1960 Lincoln Continental hasnt even made it to the block yet.

This is a excellent result. The Barrett Jackson Auction is allways a good barometer for economic vitality.
Link Posted: 1/21/2006 5:59:15 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ArmdLbrl:
32 MILLION in cars sold today. A one day record for a auction.

The original Pontiac Bonnivile show car from 1955 (became a street car in 1957) sold for 2.2 million.
The only Chevelle to beat the Hemis in the 1970 season sold for 1.2 million.
The 1953 Chrysler d'Elegance Hemi showcar sold for 1.1 Million.
Howard Hughes 1962 Chrysler Imperial sold for 450,000.

The last of the 14 1970 Plymouth Hemicuda convertibles just sold for TWO Million dollars.

Elvis's 1960 Lincoln Continental hasnt even made it to the block yet.

This is a excellent result. The Barrett Jackson Auction is allways a good barometer for economic vitality.




What did the Chevette up on cinder blocks go for?



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