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Classic US cars come under the hammer

By Western Gazette - North Dorset  |  Posted: June 13, 2012

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American Classics car fans are set to have pulses racing as leading car auction company, British Car Auctions (BCA), launches the first of a series of special sales of classic American Muscle cars in partnership with the DARCARS Automotive Group of the USA.

Thursday, June 21 will see the first line-up of iconic US Muscle Cars from the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies go up for sale.

The auction starts at 12 noon, with previewing from 9am.

Eight fully restored cars, presented to the highest standards with UK registration and 12 months MOT, will feature in the sale including three Chevrolet Corvettes, two Pontiac GTOs, one pictured above, one Chevrolet Camaro, one Pontiac Firebird and a very rare Plymouth GTX, with all models dating from 1963 to 1970. Comprehensive documentation will also be provided for each vehicle including, where available, details of restoration work undertaken.

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  • glossator24  |  June 22 2012, 10:15AM

    I became a fan of Chevy Camaro when my dad gave me his 3rd gen Camaro and from that I began to appreciate even its predecessors. Their versatility made them immortal in the sense that you can modify them over and over again to the point that they can still be compared with modern cars today. And fortunately, there's the internet where enthusiasts can get their inspiration. In fact, I have read this interesting article: http://tinyurl.com/6rjnmg9 for my engine's upgrade.