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Flybrian

So, who like fixing up vintage cars?

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Flybrian    0

Balthazar, I found your Shangra-La.

Vintage Chevy, Ford, Mopar, AMC Parts Lot

The listing title is a cataclysmic understatement.

Auction is for the largest known privately owned collection of vintage, high performance, and aftermarket car parts in the USA that has not been completely raped and pillaged. What is in the house alone is worth the opening bid. The value of this stuff just keeps going up (Thank You eBay). An NOS swivel base, knee-knocker Bowtie tach (one included here-shown in the cabinet) just sold on here for $2250.

A partial list of the parts cars:

  • 1970 Nova SS w/350-300hp-4spd-12 bolt Posi-AM/FM

  • 1966 Pontiac Bonneville convertible

  • 1964 Nova "Chevy Thunder" drag car-355-fenderwell exit headers-automatic-narrowed 12 bolt Posi

  • 1966 Ford Custom 2dr. post w/289

  • 78 Monza pro-street w/700hp (without the nitrous) 358-Turbo 400-tubbed w/narrowed Ford 9 inch

  • 1970 Charger R/T 440 (no motor or trans)

  • 57 Chevy 2 dr post wagon- chopped & channeled

  • 1970 Challenger w/340 built by Stub Fadden in the 1980's w/0 miles

  • 1970 340-4spd. Duster

  • 68 Charger

  • 68 Charger R/T-383-4 spd

  • Bradley GT kit car

  • 64 Nova conv. w/400sbc

  • 68 Impala 2dr. ht

  • two 1974 AMC AMX's

  • two Javelin's

  • 71 boat tail Riviera

  • 77 Pontiac Can Am

  • 94 LT1 Buick Roadmaster

  • 73 Grand Am 4spd car

  • 69 Caprice 427 w/buckets-console-rally's-AM/FM 8 track

  • 74 Caprice conv

  • 73 Laguna S-3

  • 71 GMC Sprint w/cowl hood-tach dash-12 bolt Posi

  • 68 Mercury Cougar

  • AMC Spirit w/400 Chrys

  • 74 Granville conv

  • 66 GTO convertible

  • 71 Buick Sun Coupe

  • 59 Buick Invicta

  • 70 Torino GT

  • 71 383 Road Runner

  • 74 Corvette w/454-4spd

  • 59 Impala 2dr sedan

  • 10 Firebird's

  • 20 Camaro's

  • 67 Mustang GT fastback.
Approximately 600 other cars for parts. Fresh product arriving daily (can't help it - it's an addiction). Engines, Transmissions, rear ends, shifter's, tri-power & dual quad intakes, bucket seats, tach dash's, and much more.

Some NOS parts here: 66 Mustang hood, 66-67 Mustang convertible quarter panel, 69 Chevelle grille, several 58 & 59 Chevrolet rocker moulding and sill plate kits, 73 Cougar fender, Monte Carlo SS454 load leveling air shock kit, 76 Ford truck grille, 69 Camaro radiator support, 1970 454-390hp camshaft, two 65-66 396-427 special high perf. cams with oil groove, 57 Chevy emblems, pair of 68 El Camino quarter panels (no marker light holes).

12 large school buses, vans, cars, and garages full of parts. Covers 4 acres. There are over 1 million parts here plus the parts cars, but look at it this way: $30 x 50,000 equals $1.5 million. Start at the top, take the best 50,000 items here, sell them individually, and You WILL make an absolute killing. You big lottery winners, instead of just handing your family members the cash, buy this for them, and at least make them work a little bit for their money. Package deal only. Will not sell individual parts.

For more information, call Bruce Cliche (owner) at (802)-454-7875. Thank You. "The vehicles included here are being sold for parts only and are not operational or street legal. eBay encourages its members to learn about their state laws governing vehicle sales prior to the sale or purchase of vehicles.”

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FAPTurbo    1,078

So that's where old cars go to die.

I'd love to just take a walk through there. So much history.

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balthazar    1,875

The name & the price seems awfully familiar circa a year or more ago, but the pics are different if I'm recalling correctly.

Yeah- that'd be a literal Disneyland for me. I dream & daydream about getting my hands on a major stash like this.

I would take a sabbatical from work and sell off this stuff daily, assuming I could keep from just sitting in these vehicles for hours & hours with a big sappy grin on my face.

A friend of mine is about 75, has about 250-300 cars plus many many parts... I'm hoping he'll 'toss me a bone' in his will. Which reminds me; I haven't dropped in in many months (eyes tomorrow's schedule).

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DIBS!!!

I just want these five. :)

71 boat tail Riviera

71 GMC Sprint w/cowl hood-tach dash-12 bolt Posi

68 Mercury Cougar

59 Buick Invicta

71 383 Road Runner

20 Camaros? Well buddy it depends are 17 of them 1969s

or are 14 of them 1978s? Should have listed some more

specifics... probably mostly 2nd gen stuff.

I also love how the ONLY car newer than mid-1970s

that is listed is a 1994 Roadmaster. :metal:

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Wow. Just..... wow. This guy is my hero!

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Right?

Were it not for the 1932 Cadillac V16 in a secret warehouse

in Maynard, this guy would put "Cadillac Bill" to shame.

Still $1.5 million is too much, this guy is another

"Barrett Jackson dreamer" WTF is going to have that kind

of time... I'm all set listing 50,000 items on ebay and dealing

wiht about 459,273 potential customer emails. :blink:

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Perception can be deceptive those cars are probably

a very ecclectic mix of a few diamonds in the rough,

some real rot boxes and everything in between.

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Guest YellowJacket894   
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Is it just me, or do we wind up with a bunch of cloaked posts anymore?

That junkyard looks awesome. Lots of cool cars there. Is that a '75 Firebird in the background?

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XP715    6

Love the collection of flywheels housed in the built-ins next to the fireplace :lol:

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They have now posted the better part of 200 pics, just amazing. :bowdown:  :bowdown:  :bowdown:

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whaaaaat..... I gotta check it out again!

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