Get ready to experience the ultimate car auction at GAA Classic Cars. With over 6 acres of enclosed, climate controlled space, car enthusiasts will have the opportunity to see the finest selection of 750 vehicles at each auction, held in February, July, and November. The upcoming February 22-24 auction promises to be an awe-inspiring lineup of classic, muscle, and one-of-a-kind vehicles.
Located at 301 Norwalk Street, GAA Classic Cars consigns vehicles from all over the country, offering an assortment ranging from pre-war to present day unique vehicles. The auction is held at The Automobile Palace, a facility owned by GAA Classic Cars that continues to expand with another addition scheduled to be completed by July.
One of the highlights of the upcoming auction is an impressive 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Resto Mod. This Pro-Touring Corvette has a GMPP 495hp LS3 engine and a GMPP 4L75E Supermatic transmission. As the consignor put it, "No expense was spared when it comes to the customization and detail on this Resto Mod."
But that's not all - bidders will also have the opportunity to bid on a highly coveted 2006 Ford GT Heritage. This GT is arguably one of the lowest-mileage GTs of its kind available, with a mere 5.9 miles on the odometer and equipped with all 4 options. This is a rare chance to own a piece of automotive history as the Heritage GT pays tribute to the Le Mans champion GT40 that won in 1968 and 1969.
And for all the Parrot Heads out there, the late Jimmy Buffett's Falcon is up for grabs. His 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint comes with a Florida title registered to James William Buffett. But that's not all - the new owner will also receive a signed Fender Strat Squires Guitar with a certificate of authenticity, making this a truly unique and valuable addition to any collection.
Known for their exceptional collection of American muscle, GAA Classic Cars has several breathtaking Mustangs up for auction. "We are proud to offer a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 in Acapulco blue and a rare 1968 Mustang Lightweight in Wimbledon White, one of only 50 ever made," says GAACC Marketing Manager, Kristen Harlow.
It's not just Mustangs stealing the show. Chevy fans will be delighted to see a variety of late 50s and early 60s Impalas with concourse quality restorations. For those looking for a showstopper, the 1970 Chevelle SS 454 with a LS6 engine is sure to turn heads. "We have put together an incredible lineup of Chevys, including a restored 1961 C10 that looks picture perfect," adds Harlow.
Just announced GAACC will air live on MAVTV. The auction’s prime-time lineup plus interviews and inside information on feature vehicles will broadcast live on Friday 1pm to 4pm and Saturday 12pm to 3pm ET. For a listing of nationwide providers go to MAVTV.com.
With such a diverse and impressive collection, classic car lovers won't want to miss this auction. Daily general admission is now just $20 per person. The auction will take place at GAA Classic Cars' state-of-the-art facility in Greensboro, NC. For those unable to attend in person, bidding is also available by phone or online at Gaaclassiccars.com.
About GAA Classic Car Auction: GAACC hosts 3-4 collector car auctions per year. You can find additional info at gaaclassiccars.com. Questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-862-2257 for assistance. (NCAL#9949, Parks)