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PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
$97,500.00
1965
SUNBEAM TIGER CONVERTIBLE
Inspired by Carroll Shelby’s success in shoehorning a Ford V8 into the AC Ace to create the Cobra, British carmaker Rootes asked Shelby to perform the same trick with its Sunbeam Alpine sports car. Ford’s 260ci V8 engine was chosen, and its power was nearly double the output of the contemporary Alpine’s 1.6-liter engine. Assembled by Jensen Motors and introduced in 1964, the Tiger featured a stronger gearbox and rear axle plus rack & pinion steering. Enjoying the thrill of V8 speed and power with top-down convertible driving and remarkably smooth operation are but a few of the virtues of fine engineering and craftsmanship for which Sunbeam is renowned. An extensive, documented complete restoration with pictures – including chassis, body, paint, interior and engine rebuild – was completed on this Tiger in 2013 from a long-term (25-year) ownership. Finished in Silver Gray Metallic with Scarlet upholstery, all the brightwork, rubbers, seals and finishes are in excellent condition. As a member of the California Association of Tiger Owners (CAT), special care and attention to detail during the restoration was documented. Included is the Shop Notes manual, multiple binders (with a literal treasure trove of information), photos, receipts, spare parts and top boot in excellent condition. Freshening and miscellaneous paint repairs and mechanicals were completed in 2016, and since then the car has been in a collection with very few miles driven, other than an occasional car show.
$129,000.00
2003
KIRKHAM 427 KMS/SC ROADSTER
The history of this KMP174 Kirkham 427 KMS/SC Alloy Roadster is extensive and complete from when it was delivered new as a painted roller by Kirkham. All Kirkham roadsters are alloy-bodied, and this car has less than 3,200 miles on the odometer. Two extensive binders come with this single-owner car documenting all one would need to have about its origins and build, making the transfer of ownership comprehensive and proper. Powered by a 1965 427 side oiler bored .20 over with a 428 crank, it now weighs in with 454ci, including an Edelbrock medium rise, aluminum heads and Edelbrock RPM, with aluminum dual-plane intake manifold using a Holley 750CFM #4160 vacuum secondary. Headers and pipes are from Justin O’Rourke in Rhode Island. There are two sets of cooling fans, and Smith gauges are used for a clear display. The transmission is a Ford 4-speed wide-ratio Toploader. The engine and transmission were purchased from Bill Parham at Southern Automotive in Georgia in May 2003. The engine and transmission were installed in September 2003. Rear differential is a 3:31 Jaguar independent rear suspension with posi-traction rebuilt by Kirkham with a Setrab remote oil cooler. A Safecraft halogen #5 fire system was installed by Kirkham Motorsports. The clutch is Centerforce 2 with Lakewood bellhousing. Extensive pictures can be requested, along with complete records, to give the new custodian of KMP174 peace of mind that this amazing, low-mile Kirkham roadster will offer many years of enjoyment in the future. **Titled as a 1965 Ford **
$20,900.00
1985
FORD MUSTANG SVO
While four-cylinder cars rarely blip the excitement meter for most automotive enthusiasts, one exception is the Mustang SVO. Built during the early ’80s, these turbo-charged 4-cylinders proved intelligent engineering could deliver high-performance from conservative cubic-inch displacement engines. The SVOs, with their race suspension, turbocharged engine, electronic fuel injection, and unique scooped hood and dual rear wing, were welcome limited-production models at a time when American V8 performance had hit the bottom of its malaise. Today they represent a special niche in Mustang history. All SVOs built after April 1985 were designated as “mid-year.” Factory modifications to the engine consisted of increased 15 PSI boost pressure, different intake manifold, water-cooled turbo, an enhanced .48 turbine for quicker spool-up, injectors increased from 30 to 35 pounds per hour, updated EEC IV processor, dual mufflers and tailpipes. The engine modifications increased the output to 205hp at 5000 rpm, with 240 ft/lbs of torque at 3200 rpm. The only changes to the body consisted of new flush Aero Style headlamps. A scant 439 of 1,515 ’85 SVOs were produced mid-year, which made this the rarest of the breed and the most sought-after. All-original and unmodified, delivered in Medium Canyon Red Metallic with a gray interior showing just over 23,000 actual miles, the car is verified with a good, clean CARFAX. Accompanying the vehicle are the original owner’s manual, operating guide, warranty ID owner’s card, dealer stock hang tags, miscellaneous registrations, insurance cards, parts receipts and a First Place trophy from the 2004 Shelby Spring Fling.
$239,900.00
1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429
The ’69 Mustang Mach 1 took the place of the GT and proved very popular, combining racy looks with luxury trimmings. As usual, the high-performance models were more expensive and correspondingly rare. Only 1,934 buyers ponied up $3,450 for a Boss 302 and 857 buyers paid $4,798 for a Mustang Boss 429. The Boss 429 motor was a heavily modified racing motor that Ford wanted to homologate for NASCAR racing, and all were built at Kar Kraft in Brighton, Michigan. These homologation specials didn’t scream performance with their relatively subtle badging, but they were blisteringly fast. As was customary in the 1960s, their 375hp rating was highly conservative. Those in the know looked for the Kar Kraft “KK” number and the NASCAR identification label. Both of those are present and accounted for on this highly documented 1969 Boss 429. Sold new in Kearny, Arizona, a month after being built on February 13, 1969, its Deluxe Marti Report confirms it left Kar Kraft (KK1333) painted Candy Apple Red with a black vinyl interior, along with the requisite Boss 429 performance gear and few luxuries aside from an AM radio. Accompanied by Erminger Build Sheets, letters from Ford and Kar Kraft quality checklists, the car is outfitted with Magnum 500 wheels and period-correct Goodyear tires. In exceptional condition throughout and one of the first 150 examples built, this highly coveted and collectible “Boss 9” is at the top of the Ford performance food chain for 1969. Included for the next owner are two professionally done 2-foot by 3-foot poster boards with all documentation and highlights for your next car show or concours event.
$45,900.00
1970
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Today, the second generation of Chevrolet C10 pickups are some of the most beloved collector vehicles in existence, and for good reason. Also known as the “Glamour Pickups,” they’re drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess a good build quality and are easily drivable in modern traffic. With such a good working canvas, levels of restoration can range greatly, suiting each owner’s personal tastes, given widely accessible parts and upgrade choices. Ultimately, the love affair with a pickup is broad and far-reaching, as most everyone has a connection or favorite memory, making them hot commodities to own. After a frame-off restoration, all four boxes have been checked on this stunning 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup: Body, interior, refinements and powerplant. The bodywork is extraordinarily smooth and straight, with gold metallic paint, panel fitment and brightwork all crisp and nice. The tops of the bed stake holes were filled and smoothed, as was the exterior tailgate handle, so the release is moved to the inside of the color-matched Rhino-lined bed. The custom TMI saddle leather interior is flawlessly stitched and riveted, as are the door panels. The center console and cup holders add modern convenience to the bucket seat layout, which features fresh carpeting. Refinements include power steering, power disc brakes, 12-bolt rear axle and American Racing wheels (20-inch in the front and 22-inch billet in the rear), with a beautifully detailed engine bay and undercarriage. The “crown jewel” of this truck is the beast of a power plant: a 383ci stroker V8 engine built with Brodix aluminum 18-degree heads, Eagle rods, team “G” intake; it is a full roller motor (camshaft, lifters, rocker arms) for amazing sound and performance.
$43,900.00
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
The Ford Mustang Cobra is the quintessential muscle car. It stands out as one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The Cobra has always represented the next step from joyriding to the thrill of the race as you whip around corners with tight handling at blazing speeds. With different lines of Cobras over the years, it’s easy to think that the Mustang Cobra has always been with us. However, there were years when this king of the road skipped a new model or retired early to address concerns with overall Mustang production. As the Cobra has always been the pinnacle of performance, the SVT legacy with more powerful engines, handling upgrades and design cues, blossomed again for a fourth generation beginning in 1994. Production numbers show only 760 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra two-door coupes were ordered like this one, in black clear coat with a black leather interior. This example is one of the lowest-mileage Cobras in existence, showing just 105 actual miles on the odometer and literally still “in the wrapper.” This collectible and desirable high-performance Mustang Cobra has existed almost 25 years without the removal of all plastic protecting the interior from the dealer. Never dealer-prepped, it represents a stunning and remarkable time capsule, with all documents and property meticulously preserved just like the day it was delivered. The original MSRP, still on the passenger window, shows this Cobra came with the Preferred Equipment Package (speed control, rear window defroster, air conditioning and floor mats), keyless remote, upgraded Mach 460 AM/FM stereo cassette, compact disc player and leather surface sport bucket seats. A framed copy of dealer invoice and Window Sticker, manuals, books, copy of original purchase contract and title, and two binders summarizing all the provenance from new will all be given to the next owner.
PREVIOUSLY SOLD
CURRENT INVENTORY
CURRENT INVENTORY
$97,500.00
1965
SUNBEAM TIGER CONVERTIBLE
Inspired by Carroll Shelby’s success in shoehorning a Ford V8 into the AC Ace to create the Cobra, British carmaker Rootes asked Shelby to perform the same trick with its Sunbeam Alpine sports car. Ford’s 260ci V8 engine was chosen, and its power was nearly double the output of the contemporary Alpine’s 1.6-liter engine. Assembled by Jensen Motors and introduced in 1964, the Tiger featured a stronger gearbox and rear axle plus rack & pinion steering. Enjoying the thrill of V8 speed and power with top-down convertible driving and remarkably smooth operation are but a few of the virtues of fine engineering and craftsmanship for which Sunbeam is renowned. An extensive, documented complete restoration with pictures – including chassis, body, paint, interior and engine rebuild – was completed on this Tiger in 2013 from a long-term (25-year) ownership. Finished in Silver Gray Metallic with Scarlet upholstery, all the brightwork, rubbers, seals and finishes are in excellent condition. As a member of the California Association of Tiger Owners (CAT), special care and attention to detail during the restoration was documented. Included is the Shop Notes manual, multiple binders (with a literal treasure trove of information), photos, receipts, spare parts and top boot in excellent condition. Freshening and miscellaneous paint repairs and mechanicals were completed in 2016, and since then the car has been in a collection with very few miles driven, other than an occasional car show.
$129,000.00
2003
KIRKHAM 427 KMS/SC ROADSTER
The history of this KMP174 Kirkham 427 KMS/SC Alloy Roadster is extensive and complete from when it was delivered new as a painted roller by Kirkham. All Kirkham roadsters are alloy-bodied, and this car has less than 3,200 miles on the odometer. Two extensive binders come with this single-owner car documenting all one would need to have about its origins and build, making the transfer of ownership comprehensive and proper. Powered by a 1965 427 side oiler bored .20 over with a 428 crank, it now weighs in with 454ci, including an Edelbrock medium rise, aluminum heads and Edelbrock RPM, with aluminum dual-plane intake manifold using a Holley 750CFM #4160 vacuum secondary. Headers and pipes are from Justin O’Rourke in Rhode Island. There are two sets of cooling fans, and Smith gauges are used for a clear display. The transmission is a Ford 4-speed wide-ratio Toploader. The engine and transmission were purchased from Bill Parham at Southern Automotive in Georgia in May 2003. The engine and transmission were installed in September 2003. Rear differential is a 3:31 Jaguar independent rear suspension with posi-traction rebuilt by Kirkham with a Setrab remote oil cooler. A Safecraft halogen #5 fire system was installed by Kirkham Motorsports. The clutch is Centerforce 2 with Lakewood bellhousing. Extensive pictures can be requested, along with complete records, to give the new custodian of KMP174 peace of mind that this amazing, low-mile Kirkham roadster will offer many years of enjoyment in the future. **Titled as a 1965 Ford **
$20,900.00
1985
FORD MUSTANG SVO
While four-cylinder cars rarely blip the excitement meter for most automotive enthusiasts, one exception is the Mustang SVO. Built during the early ’80s, these turbo-charged 4-cylinders proved intelligent engineering could deliver high-performance from conservative cubic-inch displacement engines. The SVOs, with their race suspension, turbocharged engine, electronic fuel injection, and unique scooped hood and dual rear wing, were welcome limited-production models at a time when American V8 performance had hit the bottom of its malaise. Today they represent a special niche in Mustang history. All SVOs built after April 1985 were designated as “mid-year.” Factory modifications to the engine consisted of increased 15 PSI boost pressure, different intake manifold, water-cooled turbo, an enhanced .48 turbine for quicker spool-up, injectors increased from 30 to 35 pounds per hour, updated EEC IV processor, dual mufflers and tailpipes. The engine modifications increased the output to 205hp at 5000 rpm, with 240 ft/lbs of torque at 3200 rpm. The only changes to the body consisted of new flush Aero Style headlamps. A scant 439 of 1,515 ’85 SVOs were produced mid-year, which made this the rarest of the breed and the most sought-after. All-original and unmodified, delivered in Medium Canyon Red Metallic with a gray interior showing just over 23,000 actual miles, the car is verified with a good, clean CARFAX. Accompanying the vehicle are the original owner’s manual, operating guide, warranty ID owner’s card, dealer stock hang tags, miscellaneous registrations, insurance cards, parts receipts and a First Place trophy from the 2004 Shelby Spring Fling.
$239,900.00
1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429
The ’69 Mustang Mach 1 took the place of the GT and proved very popular, combining racy looks with luxury trimmings. As usual, the high-performance models were more expensive and correspondingly rare. Only 1,934 buyers ponied up $3,450 for a Boss 302 and 857 buyers paid $4,798 for a Mustang Boss 429. The Boss 429 motor was a heavily modified racing motor that Ford wanted to homologate for NASCAR racing, and all were built at Kar Kraft in Brighton, Michigan. These homologation specials didn’t scream performance with their relatively subtle badging, but they were blisteringly fast. As was customary in the 1960s, their 375hp rating was highly conservative. Those in the know looked for the Kar Kraft “KK” number and the NASCAR identification label. Both of those are present and accounted for on this highly documented 1969 Boss 429. Sold new in Kearny, Arizona, a month after being built on February 13, 1969, its Deluxe Marti Report confirms it left Kar Kraft (KK1333) painted Candy Apple Red with a black vinyl interior, along with the requisite Boss 429 performance gear and few luxuries aside from an AM radio. Accompanied by Erminger Build Sheets, letters from Ford and Kar Kraft quality checklists, the car is outfitted with Magnum 500 wheels and period-correct Goodyear tires. In exceptional condition throughout and one of the first 150 examples built, this highly coveted and collectible “Boss 9” is at the top of the Ford performance food chain for 1969. Included for the next owner are two professionally done 2-foot by 3-foot poster boards with all documentation and highlights for your next car show or concours event.
$45,900.00
1970
CHEVROLET C10 CUSTOM PICKUP
Today, the second generation of Chevrolet C10 pickups are some of the most beloved collector vehicles in existence, and for good reason. Also known as the “Glamour Pickups,” they’re drop-dead gorgeous, have timeless styling, possess a good build quality and are easily drivable in modern traffic. With such a good working canvas, levels of restoration can range greatly, suiting each owner’s personal tastes, given widely accessible parts and upgrade choices. Ultimately, the love affair with a pickup is broad and far-reaching, as most everyone has a connection or favorite memory, making them hot commodities to own. After a frame-off restoration, all four boxes have been checked on this stunning 1970 Chevrolet C10 pickup: Body, interior, refinements and powerplant. The bodywork is extraordinarily smooth and straight, with gold metallic paint, panel fitment and brightwork all crisp and nice. The tops of the bed stake holes were filled and smoothed, as was the exterior tailgate handle, so the release is moved to the inside of the color-matched Rhino-lined bed. The custom TMI saddle leather interior is flawlessly stitched and riveted, as are the door panels. The center console and cup holders add modern convenience to the bucket seat layout, which features fresh carpeting. Refinements include power steering, power disc brakes, 12-bolt rear axle and American Racing wheels (20-inch in the front and 22-inch billet in the rear), with a beautifully detailed engine bay and undercarriage. The “crown jewel” of this truck is the beast of a power plant: a 383ci stroker V8 engine built with Brodix aluminum 18-degree heads, Eagle rods, team “G” intake; it is a full roller motor (camshaft, lifters, rocker arms) for amazing sound and performance.
$43,900.00
1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA SVT
The Ford Mustang Cobra is the quintessential muscle car. It stands out as one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The Cobra has always represented the next step from joyriding to the thrill of the race as you whip around corners with tight handling at blazing speeds. With different lines of Cobras over the years, it’s easy to think that the Mustang Cobra has always been with us. However, there were years when this king of the road skipped a new model or retired early to address concerns with overall Mustang production. As the Cobra has always been the pinnacle of performance, the SVT legacy with more powerful engines, handling upgrades and design cues, blossomed again for a fourth generation beginning in 1994. Production numbers show only 760 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra two-door coupes were ordered like this one, in black clear coat with a black leather interior. This example is one of the lowest-mileage Cobras in existence, showing just 105 actual miles on the odometer and literally still “in the wrapper.” This collectible and desirable high-performance Mustang Cobra has existed almost 25 years without the removal of all plastic protecting the interior from the dealer. Never dealer-prepped, it represents a stunning and remarkable time capsule, with all documents and property meticulously preserved just like the day it was delivered. The original MSRP, still on the passenger window, shows this Cobra came with the Preferred Equipment Package (speed control, rear window defroster, air conditioning and floor mats), keyless remote, upgraded Mach 460 AM/FM stereo cassette, compact disc player and leather surface sport bucket seats. A framed copy of dealer invoice and Window Sticker, manuals, books, copy of original purchase contract and title, and two binders summarizing all the provenance from new will all be given to the next owner.
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Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm.

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.
Barrett-Jackson Showroom
3020 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Map
Hours: Monday-Friday 9-5
Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm.

480.306.8210
Terms Privacy © 2015 Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, LLC.