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Offline FIJI_99

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Re: KK1663, 1950, 2306, 1607, 1333, 1317, 2218 at auction
« Reply #45 on: January 24, 2016, 12:11:07 pm »
What was wrong with 1333? I about fell out of my chair when the reserve was dropped at 130...  Nerves of steel by the owner or some shortcoming I couldn't see from my easy chair.

Just my opinion for what it's worth, the one Red car that did well was the most complete car from what I could see on my phone.  For example, 1333 had a number of things wron or missing under the hood - smog, distributor, radiator overflow tube...so who knows what else was wrong with the car unless you are there.  Normally the cars that go to auction aren't that great, and when the good ones do show up they do well.  One of the '69 cars has a Hurst shifter that isn't even a '70 Ford Hurst and it's one f the feature photos for the car!!!  The mopars that brought big money were restored to perfection and they were rare, bottom line.  Good Boss 9s just sell more privately.
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Re: KK1663, 1950, 2306, 1607, 1333, 1317, 2218 at auction
« Reply #46 on: January 24, 2016, 01:48:52 pm »
 

   I did look at all 7 of the B9's  and while I am no expert I do know what to look for and what I am looking at. That said most all the cars were just ok and most were bid to the right amount .  there was not one car that was over the top that should have commanded a crazy high bid.  there was way nicer non Ford cars there for open minded collectors to add to there collections. some of the  Yenko and Hemi cars were top notch and the 2 69 firebird trans am convertibles bid to $1.400.000 and $1.900.000  both no sale !!!

Dominic