Fourteen rare cars, trucks set for online auction

James Raia

A 1957 Chevy Hot Rod is among 14 rare cars set for an online auction.

Fourteen rare cars, trucks and a motorcyle, a 1927 Ford Model T Roadster to a 1994 Argo Conquest Amphibious 8×8, all located in Auburn Airpark in Auburn, California, will be auctioned beginning June 16 through the online site,

According to the auctioneers, the vehicles are all in working condition. Bidding on each vehicle starts at $25.

Here’s the list of vehicles:

1948 Lincoln Continental 2-Door Hard Top Coupe; 1960 Willys 4×4 Wagon; 1944 Studebaker M29-C Weasel; 1929 Ford Model A Rumble Seat Sport Coupe; 1994 Argo Conquest Amphibious 8×8; 1980 Ford Model A Shay Roadster; 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe; 1957 Chevy 2-Door Hot Rod; 1966 Ford F100; 1949 Cadillac 4-Door Sedan; 1927 Ford Model T Roadster Hemi Hot Rod; 1992 Harley Davidson Heritage Soft Tail Custom Classic; 1928 Graham Brothers Petroleum Service Truck; 1973 Toyota FJ-40 Land Cruiser.

A 1957 Chevy Hot Rod is among 14 rare cars set for an online auction.

Here’s the description of the 1957 Chevy 2-Door Hot Rod, followed by a video of the vehicle:

1957 Chevy 2 Door Hot Rod. Vin # A570143073. Mileage reads 34,157. Powered by a performance built 283 cubic inch V8, makes very good power. 4 speed Muncie manual transmission with a Hurst shifter. Front disc brakes, electric windows, Bias adjustable brakes, rebuilt front and rear suspension and 3 pages of new and rebuilt parts in this car. This 57 Chevy starts easily and runs very good, its a fast car. The interior is in very good condition. AM/FM/CD player. The paint has very minor chips and is very presentable. All the glass is good. The tires are in good condition.

Online bidding for the classic vehicles begins Tuesday, June 16 at 12am EST and closes Thursday, June 18 at 5 p.m. EST. Interested bidders can preview the cars in person by appointment only.

For more information, including bidder registration, vehicle photos, and detailed car descriptions, please visit:

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