SG Auction is so very proud to be presenting a jaw dropping collection of 3 incredible examples of muscle car Royalty: A 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi, a real 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 and a 1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner A-12!

Known as the River Road Collection, our consignor has been amassing a collection of very rare cars over the past 2 decades. All of the RRC cars are kept in indoor climate controlled storage with a private, full service shop on site to keep every car in top mechanical condition. Our consignor loves to drive his cars and is also a racer. Recently he decided to refocus his interest to late model factory drag cars. With that, he has entrusted SG Auction to offer cars from his collection, which are, in his opinion “too nice to drive!” There may be as many as 9 cars crossing the block from this amazing collection at the May 3-4 auction in Spring Grove so stay tuned and keep checking back!

Offering number 1 is a documented, numbers matching 1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner A-12! This legendary car is 1 of 209 RM23M9s produced. A true M-Code, A-12 car it is, again, fully documented and the only 1 of the 209 possessing its unique combination of factory option codes…1 of 1! The odometer is showing 20,703 miles, which are believed original to the car. The M-code option is a 440 engine. The A-12 code option consists of 3 Holley 2 barrel carburetors perched on top of a factory aluminum Edelbrock intake with a special camshaft and valve train plus the Super Track Pak which includes a 4:10 Sure Grip differential, black steel wheels with chrome lug nuts and a fiberglass lift off hood. This rare bird is still wearing all of its original sheet metal and was completely restored by Muscle Car Restorations in Chippewa Falls WI to exacting factory specifications, using original factory documentation. The car was repainted with the correct R4, Performance Red paint color. On the car, all of the factory option parts are original to the car. This car still holds the honor of being the only U.S. street legal production car built with a lift off hood and all documentation goes with the sale. Here is an amazing opportunity to own a 1 of 1 ultra rare Mopar!

Offering number 2 is a heavily documented, numbers matching 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. Yes, it is a real Z/28 as proven by the original dealer documents, which include: Original Dealer Order form, the original Dealer Invoice, Protect-O Plate and Warranty Booklet. The original owner set the car up for drag racing and did rebuild the engine accordingly. Then engine was rebuilt again in 2000s to freshen it up from years of sitting. Both engine rebuilds are well documented. The odometer is showing only 12,939 miles, which are believed actual. This Z/28 code engine package consists of the original 302, 290 factory rated horsepower engine block, the original Muncie M21 transmission and the original 12 Bolt positraction rear end with 4:10 gears. It is well documented the drivetrain is original to this car and the numbers match. If that is not enough, this car also has a complete owner history. All the sheet metal is original to the car. The car has a repaint in the correct and very rare, P-P code: Sea Frost Green, color it left the factory wearing back in the late 60s. That said, this Z/28 still qualifies as “unrestored” because the paint is the only thing to be redone on this car, the rest has not been touched and is original to the car. The interior is also original to the car and has not been changed, replaced, altered or restored since new. If you are a fan of original, low mile cars…or even if your just a fan of cars…this piece of muscle car history is a must see!

Offering number 3 is the real deal, original and unrestored showing only 48,049 documented miles on the odometer. This is 1 of only 234 Hemi, 4 speed Road Runner Hardtops built in 1969. According to the original broadcast sheet, this car came with a 426 cubic inch Hemi…check…paired with a 4 speed manual transmission…check…moving the factory rated 425 horsepower to the rear wheels through a Sure Grip limited slip rear end with 3:54 gears…and check! Count it…the drivetrain is not only original to this car, it is also numbers matching! Two other highlights of this car, it came from the factory with power steering and power brakes. The car is wearing original sheet metal and the factory F8 code, Ivy green paint is original with the exception of the hood. Look closely in the photos and you will see the body and paint are without a doubt factory original. The interior is also original to the car and showing in very good condition. Aside from a small tear in the front driver side seat, it is hard to find anything out of place. An auxiliary oil pressure gage has been added in the interior to keep an eye on extremely valuable Hemi power plant under the hood. Details like the hoses and clamps in the engine compartment have been replaced with high quality modern reproductions that maintain the original look with out compromising reliability. The Carter 4 barrel carbs have been rebuilt and there has an electronic ignition upgrade in the distributor, further enhancing reliability. The rest is authentic and original. Lastly, the steel wheels are new reproductions of the originals and the Red Line tires are also new. As with the Z/28 Camaro above… if you are a fan of original, low mile cars… or even if your just a fan of cars…this piece of muscle car history is a must see!

Thank you for spending some time with SG Auction here looking over the River Road Collection and keep checking back…remember, there may be up to 6 more vehicles coming from the River Road Collection so keep checking back! Below are a few teasers of what else may come…

Our good friends with the LP Collection are at it again…they will be coming with Classic Car offerings to all 3 of the SG Auction events in 2019 and we are excited to have them! For the May 3-4 auction in Spring Grove, they are offering 3 iconic muscle cars.

If you are unfamiliar with the people behind the LP Collection, read on for a quick review: Based in St. Paul MN, Mike and Cavan have built up a real classic car community. Enthusiasts, retirees, friends and family are the driving force behind their shop. With passion for classics, on any morning you will find a steady flow of people working together to tend to the shop and the stable of cars. The shop started as a hobby space and has now become a true resource for like-minded classic car people who put their heart and soul into maintaining and restoring their cars. Bathed in the glow of a large, and continuously growing, neon sign collection the shop has a nostalgic feel of a 50s era gas station. Like most gas stations, there is never a shortage of coffee and donuts to be shared while stories and memories are discussed and made. The cars in the stable are meticulously maintained and most importantly, to do NOT sit around and collect dust! Every weekend you can easily find this crew attending shows around the metro area. The most notable detail about their attendance is every car is driven to the shows, never trailered. That said, if you are fortunate enough to own a car from this stable, you know first hand with confidence, every car is meticulously maintained and ready for the open road!

The first offering form the LP Collection is a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. This delicious car is powered a 383 Stroker engine with aluminum heads which is hooked up to a Turbo 350 transmission built to take 500 hp. Power runs from the 383 to the Turbo 350 through a 28-32 Street-Strip converter ending up at the rear wheel through 3:37 gears in the differential. The engine has an HEI ignition system while the car features power steering, front disc brakes and a new tubular suspension system. If the color on the car doesn’t catch your attention…unlikely! The color is Lamborghini Tangerine with black rally stripes simply adding to the appeal of this already iconic car. The interior has been totally reconditioned and made to look factory. The flashy, stout 69 is purpose built to run smooth at highway speeds but still pack a punch off the line!

The second offering is a beautiful 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible. This car is powered by the legendary 289 cubic inch V8 which is sending power to the rear end though a 4 speed manual transmission. The power top is in like new condition with no holes or rips and works as it should. The exterior is wearing dark metallic green paint, which is in excellent condition. The black vinyl interior is believed original to the car and is showing like new. This clean convertible is set up as a nod to iconic Bullitt car and runs and drives as good as it looks!

The final offering for the May 3-4 auction is a stunning Z28 tribute car, this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro was given an engine upgrade to a 402 big block running power to the 3:73 geared 12 bolt differential through a Turbo 400 3 speed automatic transmission. Equipped with a 3000-stall converter, staggering off the line power is easily controlled through the gears with a B&M slapstick shifter. The exhaust is new and features cut outs for when you are feeing rowdy! Showing a fresh coat of paint, the body very straight and clean. The interior is mostly original, while the carpet and upholstery on the front bucket seats are brand new. This car is a real head turner with its timeless pony car bodylines and attention grabbing big block. Ready to be driven, this Camaro is the whole package for any muscle car enthusiast!

SG Auction has been put to task! A new client from Central Iowa with an impressive collection of Classic Cars has thrown his hat and 3 beautiful cars into the ring. All the cars from this collection have been carefully restored kept in indoor climate control storage and meticulously maintained. Looking to make some adjustments to his stable, Mr. Vaverka will be offering the following 3 vehicles at the auction May 3-4 in Spring Grove MN:

First this 1952 Ford Customline two door post car has been treated to a tasteful Resto Mod . The outrageous engine compartment features a custom firewall and now cradles a 351 Windsor which is paired up to a rebuilt C6 automatic transmission sending power to the rear wheels through a 9 inch Ford rear end. The monochromatic green paint shows like new and the custom interior, wearing tasteful grey with green accents, has been redone as well. with Additionally, a great stereo system has been seamlessly built into the back seat area. The trunk was also treated to the same level of build quality as the rest of the car, fully trimmed with a custom fuel tank. This is a good looking, fun to drive car that is surprisingly quick!

Second is anis absolutely gorgeous 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe. This car has been finished to show quality standards starting with a body off restoration and a  powder coated frame. Nearly everything on this car is new. This Pony it is powered by a rebuilt 289, hooked up to a 4-speed transmission. The professional white paint is showing in like new condition while the aqua interior is wearing a brand new upholstery. Not to be outdone, the bottom side is absolutely unbelievable and finished as nice as the top. This Mustang drives like it is new and is a great cruiser with the potential to win class events in shows!

Lastly is a 1970 Ford Mustang fastback powered by a 351 Windsor with a 396 stroker kit paired up with a built C6 automatic transmission sending power to the rear wheels through a Ford 9” posi rear end The black paint is wearing a classic flame job and is showing in like new condition. The inside is gorgeous, wearing a totally new black vinyl interior it looks like it just came off the assembly line. The classic flame job on the black exterior while riding on Cragar SS rims makes this car is a real period piece that drives as good as it looks!

SG Auction will be working as hard as we can to sell these cars at the May 3-4 Spring Grove auction so we can get some more Classics from this amazing stable crossing the block in future!

SG Auction is proud to offer this collection of 3 late 80s Dodge offerings, each in some way blessed by the hand of Carrol Shelby, all selling at No Reserve!

A surprisingly prolific partnership struck in the 1980s between Chrysler Corporation and Carroll Shelby may have given a number of forgettable Dodges a fighting chance to see their values actually rise. In the early 1980s, life came at Carrol Shelby at fast! Lee Iacocca, head of all things Mopar at the time, set up Shelby with the Chrysler Shelby Performance Center outside Los Angeles and gave him free reign across Mopar’s whole 80s lineup: the Omni, the Charger, the Daytona, the Lancer ES. Starting off simple, Shelby added graphics, bodywork, and suspension tweaks, but by 1985 he really began to tune things up, literally: turbocharging!

This 1989 Dodge CSX showing production #379 on the dash tag, is selling at No Reserve! The CSX, which is built on the Dodge Shadow platform, stood for Carrol Shelby, eXperimental. Production was limited to 500 vehicles and with the completion of these cars, Carroll Shelby’s direct involvement with Dodge was complete! 1989 marked two notable technological advances to this platform: the introduction of a Garrett variable-nozzle turbo (VNT) and the application of composite wheels. Designed by Shelby and produced by Motor Wheel Corporation, known as “Fiberrides” claiming to be lighter than contemporary wheels. The engine was Chrysler’s new intercooled Turbo IV equipped with a Getrag A555 5-speed transmission. The variable geometry turbo vanes were computer controlled and needed no wastegate. Instead, they adjusted the flow of exhaust gases to spool up instantly and provide strong power. Chrysler kept the horsepower rating at 175 hp, but upped the torque rating to 205 ft·lbs at an unheard of 2100 rpm. Full torque was available from this low rpm to well past redline. Turbo lag was eliminated, with full boost (15 psi spike) available at 2100 rpm. The intense powerband, coupled with the car’s low weight, made the CSX-VNT very fast on the street. Car and Driver magazine called it “a high-tech hot rod” and “a technological showcase” and were impressed with the engine’s flexibility and top-gear acceleration. A ground effects package produced by Kaminari Aerodynamics gave the CSX-VNT a ground hugging appearance. The suspension was also modified, as the alignment specs are radically different from the other Shelby Dodges. Drivers praised the quick yet neutral handling. Shelby chose Exotic Red, a mix of bright red and maroon, with gold wheels and trim to finish this car. The MSRP price in 1989 was $15,995.

This 1986 Daytona Turbo Z CS (Carroll Shelby) with T-roof option is being offered at No Reserve! There were several changes for the 1986 Daytona. The middle “Turbo” model was dropped, leaving only two models, the base and Turbo Z. A T-roof option package was added to the list, and around 5,984 Daytona owners chose this option. The biggest addition was the C/S (Carroll Shelby) suspension package, available only as an option on the Turbo Z. This consisted of 32 mm in the front and 28 mm in the rear, anti-sway bars, performance tuned struts, and 225/50VR15 Goodyear Eagle Gatorback tires. Some 7,704 owners added this handling package to their Daytonas, this one included! Total production this year was 44,366.

Selling at No Reserve as well, this 1986 Dodge Charger Shelby is 1 of a total 7,669 believed produced! In 1985, the MPFI/Turbocharged Turbo I engine was added for Dodge’s Shelby Charger. This engine produced 146 hp and was changed from its first appearance in the 1984 Dodge Daytona Turbo. A Garrett AiResearch T3 turbocharger and Chrysler/Bosch multiple-point fuel injection enabled the 2.2 L engine to produce the additional horsepower. Dodge Shelby Chargers were available in four different color combinations: Black w/silver skunk stripe (1985–87), Santa Fe Blue w/silver skunk stripe (1983–86), Silver w/Santa Fe Blue skunk stripe (1983–86), and the color combo this 1986 Dodge Charger is wearing, Garnett Red w/silver skunk stripe (1984–87).

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