|1959 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Holiday coupe
Yes, it’s a long as an aircraft carrier, and you could land a plane on the trunk lid. But the proportions of this big coupe are classic, and the details are amazing. Plus that red and white paint scheme, and there’s a 394-cid V8 under the hood.
|1964 1/2 Ford Mustang convertible
A first-year Mustang convertible with a power top, correct spinner-style wheel covers and the 260-cid V8 wears the chrome “dress-up” kit.
|1974 Plymouth Duster
A one-owner car from its purchase here in Phoenix until 2010, when the owner no longer could drive and sold it to her car-collecting neighbor, who owned it until earlier this year. Original 318-cid V8 and 96,000 miles on the odometer.
|1957 Ford Ranchero
A frame-up and customized restoration of a first-year Ranchero with a rebuilt 292-cid V8, air shocks, etc. Finally being sold by the second owner, who has had the car-based truck for 25 years.
|1959 BMW Isetta 600
This Isetta has more than a front door. There’s also a door for those who are sitting the back seat of this well-experienced (74,000-mile) limousine version of the microcar.
|1960 Ford Thunderbird
I’m not normally a big fan of square ‘birds, but this one certainly caught my eye with its bright red paint and matching interior (beneath a white convertible top).
|1957 Buick Roadmaster
Everyone loves ’57 Chevys, and there is a nice pale-blue 150 two-door sedan at the auction that was a one-owner car until 2011. But just look at this Roadmaster and tell me how you wouldn’t love to go cruisin’ in it.