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Barrett-Jackson 2009: GM Iron for Under $10k

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1985 Oldsmobile Calais "Michigan State University" - A "Spartan" special custom Calais. Perfect for the Michigan State fan. Lot number 6.1, sold for $2,475.

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1991 Saturn SL1 (First Production Model) - First production Saturn ever made. Lot number 93, sold for $3,850.

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1995 Saturn SC2 Coupe (1 Millionth) - Saturn's 1-millionth vehicle, a Dark Green 1995 SC2 coupe. Lot number 93.1, sold for $7,150.

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1999 Saturn SC2 Coupe (2 Millionth) - The 2 Millionth Saturn built. Lot number 93.2, sold for $8,470.

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1989 GEO "Zonker" Metro - A personal project for GM Design VP, Chuck Jordan. One-of-a-kind styling exercise developed in conjunction with Suzuki. Lot number 9.1, sold for $3,300.

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Pontiac Grand Am #85 IMSA race car - Ran in IMSA Racing Series Pro F. Features naturally aspirated, 2-barrel carbureted 4-cylinder engine. Lot number 1619, sold for $3,300.

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1989 GEO Tracker "Boom Box" - GEO/Chevrolet's SEMA display vehicle that features high-powered audio. Lot number 30.3, sold for $5,720.

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1991 Chevy Caprice Classic - A Caprice production vehicle being sold from General Motors. Lot number 20, sold for $3,630.

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2003 Pontiac Sunfire SEMA vehicle - This supercharged ECOTEC Sunfire features a long list of custom equipment including: unique front and rear fascia, full ground effects package, painted engine cover, ghost flames exterior paint treatment, custom wheels and oversized rear deck spoiler. Interior includes Clarion radio system and 12-inch subwoofers (located in trunk) and a custom leather interior. Lot number 115, sold for $7,700.

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I wish I could have bought one of those SC2's, that's really cheap considering the're essentially new cars. That Caprice (despite the odd color combo :huh: ) was an even better deal.

BTW: There never was an N-body convert. in regular production, right?

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Was a fun show this year...I stayed about 4 hrs Saturday afternoon. But I forgot to charge the battery on my camera, so didn't get that many pics. Watched a lot of the Speed coverage.

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Wow... the first, millionth & two-millionth Saturn?

Combined, on a cold day in Phoenix those MIGHT

be even more interesting than watching paint dry.

Good job holding onto those but crushing the ZL1

Camaro form a few years back... Go GM. :rolleyes:<_<

As far as me I'd love that Caprice, I even like the

wacky color combo... the Grand Am IMSA is

something I'd love to own just so I could make

it "street legal" (add headlights :P ) and drive it.

What's the story with the mid '60s A-body next to

the Red SC2? :wub:

White/white hardtop? Yes please! :)

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Wow... the first, millionth & two-millionth Saturn?

Combined, on a cold day in Phoenix those MIGHT

be even more interesting than watching paint dry.

By the way, the highs have been about 75-80 and the lows around 40 here in Phoenix lately. Decent January weather, but about 10 degrees over normal highs (darn global climate change?). Lots of interesting cars at BJ, too many to list. I didn't really pay attention to the Saturns, though.

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i cried when i saw that caprice for that low.....

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