Cars to Watch in Scottsdale
Below is a sampling of Cars to Watch in Scottsdale. For a complete listing, please visit the Cars to Watch section at www.hagerty.com/scottsdale .
Lot #1304 – 1963 Chevrolet Corvette “Rondine” Concept Coupe
Built for the 1963 Paris Auto Show by Pininfarina, this one and only “Rondine” edition Corvette has been stored at the Pininfarina Museum since new. It is being offered to buyers for the first – and most likely last – time ever. The vehicle features a 327cid/360hp V8 with a 4-speed and power brakes, as well as a teal exterior with white interior.
Lot #1307 – The Robosaurus
Known as the “World’s Largest Robot,” Robosaurus, the fire-breathing, car-crushing dinosaur, has thrilled crowds across the globe. Created by Monster Robots, Inc. of Southern California, Robosaurus stands 40-feet tall, weighs 31 tons and can shoot 20-foot flames from its nostrils. Its stainless steel mouth can rip and twist metal with 20,000 pounds of crushing force. It’s estimated that if the Robosaurus were reconstructed today, it would cost over $5 million to build.
Lot #1310 – 2007 Blastolene B-702 Custom Roadster
The B-702 is the latest creation from the Blastolene Brothers, Michael Leeds and Randy Grubb, and was inspired by the great French cars of the 1930s. A 702cid V12 engine powers the hand-formed aluminum body, which features a glass grille and hand-blown glass taillights. Painted Midnight Blue, the vehicle could best be described as a 20-foot long, 8-foot wide rolling sculpture. This is the first Blastolene creation to be offered to the public.
Lot # r101 – 1929 Duesenberg Model J Dual Cowl Phaeton by Lebaron
A stunning example of one of the most elegant of all custom bodies to adorn a Duesenberg. With its original chassis, engine and body, this LeBaron Dual Cowl Phaeton is a concours-quality example that has been in long-term private ownership for many years. A stunning example of one of the most elegant of all custom bodies to adorn a Duesenberg. With its original chassis, engine and body, this LeBaron Dual Cowl Phaeton is a concours-quality example that has been in long-term private ownership for many years.
Lot # r103 – 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt LeBaron Concept Car
This prewar icon of automotive styling was Chrysler’s first ‘dream car.’ It was custom designed and built by LeBaron and featured an automatic one-piece metal top that disappeared into a compartment behind the cockpit. Fully restored and in 100 – point condition, this car is the finest surviving example of the five concept Thunderbolts built, and was a winner at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in 1997.
Lot # r113 – 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K “Special” Cabriolet
This beautifully restored, multiple award-winning Mercedes in triple black had a strong placing at the 2006 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Offered from long-term private ownership of almost 14 years, the vehicle presents a rare opportunity to own one of the most valuable of all supercharged 540k models in the unique Special Cabriolet configuration.
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Lot # 7394 – 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 Convertible
This Chevelle LS6 Super Sport Convertible has the numbers matching original 454/450 HP engine and only 26,114 documented original miles. Features include a Muncie 4-speed transmission, cowl induction system, air injection reactor, power disc brakes, power steering, power convertible top, black vinyl bucket seat interior and SS rally wheels. It is finished in Mulsanne Blue with black Super Sport stripes. This is truly one of the rarest and lowest production muscle cars ever produced by General Motors.
Lot # 7315 -1973 Ferrari 365 Daytona Spyder
The stunning 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona offered here is an excellent example of a properly converted Spyder. The product of a high-point restoration, this vehicle is first-rate both mechanically and aesthetically, featuring red paint with all-black interior, new carpeting, new black convertible top and a V12 engine.
Lot #7351 – 1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible
According to Marti Auto Works, the factory-authorized expert on Shelby Mustangs, this 1968 Shelby GT500KR Convertible is just one of two ever produced. Original features include Ford’s new 428 cubic inch Cobra Jet engine, power disc brakes, power steering, power top, shoulder harnesses and a tilt-away steering wheel. This fully restored, numbers matching convertible comes with its original build sheet and nearly $100,000 in photo-documented restoration receipts. She is clean, correct and proven.