Online bidding open for Nebraska barn find car auction

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The live bidding for the Lambrecht Chevrolet Company Auction, the collection of approximately 500 “barn finds” from the long-tenured dealership in Pierce, Nebraska, will be held September 28-29.

The collection of new and nearly new Chevrolets from the 1960s and survivor cars has generated international attention since the family who owned the dealership decided to sell the varied collection of vehicles. Some of the cars have remained untouched for 50 years.

A substantial group of collectors and car enthusiasts are expected to gather in the small city for the weekend auction.

A new, weather-beaten 1979 Chevy Impala is part of the Nebraska car auction.
A new, weather-beaten 1979 Chevy Impala is part of the Nebraska car auction.

But online bidding for the cars is currently available and is attracting some interesting bidding. And there are plenty of bargains.

One example: A 1979 Chevrolet Impala 4-door sedan with four miles on the odometer has a current bid of $220.

Here are some further details: The six cylinder has an automatic transmission. It was purchased new by Lambrecht Chevrolet Company and never sold new to the public. It is Maroon with red carpet and velour seats. It been kept outside and the interior is described as in rougher condition. It does not not run.

Here’s a YouTube video about the auction:

For more information about the auction, visit:

To bid online, visit: Lambrecht Chevrolet Company Auction bidding


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