Mopar treasures plentiful at Barrett-Jackson's upcoming Las Vegas Auction

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Mopar treasures plentiful at Barrett-Jackson's upcoming Las Vegas Auction

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Mopar treasures plentiful at Barrett-Jackson's upcoming Las Vegas Auction

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Barrett-Jackson’s annual Sin City celebration is just around the corner with the three-day auction starting Thursday, June 30. Perched inside the west wing of the Las Vegas Convention Center, the event is sure to satisfy bidders looking to celebrate the nation’s upcoming birthday with the purchase of a choice collectible… or two.

The docket is sold out and will offer each collectible vehicle with No Reserve. Approximately 650 collectible vehicles, including multiple collections and a pair of charity vehicles, as well as more than 275 pieces of authentic automobilia will cross the block.

The entire Las Vegas Auction collector car docket is available online HERE.

Among the highlights are the abundance of Chrysler-built cars Craig Jackson said are “quite possibly the greatest selection of Mopars we’ve offered in one auction.” Here are a few of our favorites:

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1971 Plymouth HEMI ‘Cuda – one of 59 produced and is the recipient of a rotisserie restoration. 4:10 Dana Super Track Pak car powered by the original 426/425hp HEMI V8 engine backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. It features the original Fender Tag and includes the Build Sheet.

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1970 Plymouth Road Runner HEMI Superbird  – one of 135 produced and is number 997 of the 1970 NASCAR wing car homologation programs.

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1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda convertible  – finished in its original High Impact Lemon Twist Yellow.

 

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