This is a 10-day series of featured vehicles to be sold at Barrett-Jacksons Palm Beach Auction 2015. 

1 Day to Go: 1967 Chrysler 300 convertible Produced from 1962 until 1971 the Chrysler 300 was a full-size automobile. In 1967 the car sustained some extensive some front and rear restyling. The four-door sedan was dropped from the… Read more 

2 Days to Go: 1963 CHEVROLET CORVETTE L78 CONVERTIBLE  This matching-number Chevrolet Corvette convertible is a correct and very rare, one-year only offering... Read More

3 Days to Go: 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible The Cadillac Series 62 replaced the series 61 in 1940 as the lowest in the model lineup in 1940. The series 62 featured a low sleek “torpedo”style body… Read more 

4 Days to Go: 1937 CORD 812 PHAETON  The Cord 810 is one of the immortal designs of the American automobile industry.  Selected for exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art…Read more

5 Days to Go: 1959 MERCEDES-BENZ  Produced from 1955 to 1963, the Mercedes-Benz 190SL is a two-door luxury roadster.  The 190SL is the smaller and more accessible version of the famed 300SL, sharing basic styling, engineering, detailing and fully independant suspension…Read more

6 Days to Go:  CHEVELLES  One of the most fashionable offerings from Chevrolet’s late-’60s series of Super Sport performance machines was the 1967 Chevelle SS convertible, a tantalizing marriage of timeless styling and tire-shredding horsepower… Read more 

7 Days to Go:  ROLLS-ROYCE  Making its first appearance in 1963, the Silver Cloud III arrived with external dimensions slightly altered and interior remodeled from previous Silver Cloud model years… Read more 

8 Days to Go:  CHEVY CUSTOMS The 1962 Cheverolet Corvette was quick, with two new engine options available.  This also was the last model year with a solid-rear-axle suspension that had been used since the beginning… Read more 

9 Days to Go:  Muscle and pony cars Following the overwhelming success of the now notorious Shelby built, Ford Powered, AC Cobras of the mid-sixties, Ford reached out to Shelby American in 1964 to once again bring a… Read more 

10 Days to Go: 1950s convertibles The Chevrolet Bel Air was in production from 1950-1975 in the US and was ultimately retired in 1981 in Canada, spanning seven different generations. The Bel Air was a full-size car that came in many different body options, including the choice between a two-door or a four-door, hard top or… Read more

 

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