Seven is considered a lucky number, so we’re applying it to our selections this weekend from the AutoHunter docket.
AutoHunter is the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, and we’ve rolled a Lucky 7, featuring seven cars from model years ending in that digit — a 1927 Dodge Brothers sedan and a 1927 Cadillac 314A; a 1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe; from 1967 a Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS, a Nova SS, and a Chevelle; as well as a 1977 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce.
This vintage 4-door Dodge has been repainted in Teal Green and Black, has a reupholstered taupe-colored mohair interior, and rides on wood-spoke wheels. It’s 212cid inline-4 engine has been mechanically “sorted” and is linked to a 3-speed manual transmission.
The AutoHunter docket reports that this vintage Caddy was extracted from a barn by one of its former owners in 2015 and was put through a cosmetic and mechanical refreshening. It has three rows of seats and its original 314cid L-head V8 engine, linked to a manual gearbox. Like the Dodge Brothers sedan above, the Cadillac rides on its original wood-spoke, artillery-style wheels.
This ’47 Plymouth is special not only in name but in the way it has been customized, with a modified roofline, lowered suspension, Tuxedo Black paint, and updated upholstery and dashboard. It also has frenched headlamps, dual exhaust and chrome-finished wheels. The rebuilt 217cid flathead 6-cylinder engine has custom headers and an Offenhauser intake and is linked to a 700R4 automatic transmission.
This RS/SS reportedly was restored with authenticity and originality as the goal. It has a 396cid big-block V8 and Muncie M22 “Rock Crusher” 4-speed manual transmission and was repainted in its factory color — Madeira Maroon. The seller notes that the back-up lights do not work and the right-front tire rubs on hard right turns.
This SS was restored and outfitted with a 327cid V8 crate engine.
It also has Vintage Air, power steering and brakes, as well as new blue-and-white upholstery and Lecarra steering wheel.
The engine is linked to a Muncie 4-speed manual gearbox.
This Malibu coupe was repainted in 2014 in Butternut Yellow and is powered by a 350cid V8 with performance camshaft and aftermarket headers. A Turbo 350 automatic gearbox relays power to chrome Cragar wheels. The car has a column-mounted tachometer.
This Series 2 Italian sports car is being offered after 19 years by its second owner. It has been repainted and has a replacement convertible top and newer interior. The rebuilt and fuel-injected 2.0-liter 4-cylinder is linked to a 5-speed manual transmission. The car rides on powder-coated Cromodora Campanatura wheels and will be sold with a set of new but uninstalled tires and various spare parts.
To view these and other vehicles up for bidding, visit the AutoHunter website.