2024 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction '62-'65 Mopars
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2024 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction '62-'65 Mopars

Hi all,

Here are some results from this month's Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction.

1964 Dodge Polara 

1964 Dodge Polara convertible is powered by an upgraded 440ci V8 engine with a Max Wedge Cross-Ram dual-quad with Holley fuel Injection. It is equipped with a push-button automatic transmission, power steering and front disc brakes, and a power top. This Polara has a posi-traction [SureGrip] rear end with Center Line wheels and a 3-inch exhaust with cutouts. The stereo system has been updated.

sold! $29,150


1963 Plymouth Sport Fury

This 1963 Plymouth is a factory Super Stock surrounded by Plymouth's highest trim line, Sport Fury. It features bucket seats restored with factory-original materials, a first-year console and six red, white and blue emblems inside and out. It was delivered new to Dominick Basso Chrysler Plymouth in downtown Los Angeles, CA, in December 1962. It has spent almost the entire time in Southern California and has had two owners since 1982. This Plymouth's previous owner purchased it unrestored and, after more than 20 years, decided to commission a professional restoration, complete with professional body and paintwork. The car has the correct 426/415hp 8-cylinder engine, push-button TorqueFlite automatic transmission and Sure-Grip rear end. This Super Stock came new to the dealership with 3.23 rear end gears instead of 3.91. It was not optioned to be a drag race car. The interior is done in black-grained vinyl with rolled nylon pleated seat and door panels with contrasting Copper accents. The car has had articles written about it in three major publications and has won numerous trophies. It is documented by Galen Govier and is listed in the 1963 Plymouth Super Stock Guide, written by Darrell Davis. A copy of the listing is included with the car.

sold!  $73,700.00


1962 Imperial LeBaron

This 1962 Imperial LeBaron is a pre-production prototype vehicle that spent its whole life being cared for by a long-time Chrysler employee. This Imperial was used for Auto Show reveals and in Chrysler commercials in the early '60s. The Chrysler employee kept a "Gas and Oil Change" records booklet with handwritten entries, including mileage readings, dating back to 1964. This Imperial LeBaron is powered by a 413ci V8 engine paired with a push-button TorqueFlite automatic transmission. The car is equipped with power steering, power brakes, front and rear air conditioners, air-ride suspension (Skylift Load Absorbers), Autronic Eye headlight dimmer and cruise control. The power windows, power vent windows, power seat, power antenna and power door locks are all in working condition. The car rides on Coker American Classic radial wide whitewall tires with the factory Imperial wheel covers. Included with the car are extra Imperial keys and key fobs, along with various documents and a shop manual. 16,857 miles 

sold!  $42,900 


Gary H. 

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