The First Annual Kirk F. White Motorcars Auction, Radnor, Pennsylvania, May 1, 1971

This auction report might be considered a little late, being 46 years after the fact, but it does serve to highlight some of the changes in the past five decades.

Kirk F. White is an entrepreneur of renown, something that showed early on with this ground-breaking sale of collector cars under a yellow-and-white striped 15,000 square foot tent in the parking lot of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Radnor, Pennsylvania.

It wasn’t the first collector car auction by a long shot, but it was the first to exploit extensive publicity and promotion to achieve national recognition. It set the pattern with a lavish (for the time) photo-illustrated catalog, a gathering of attractive, easily recognized classic and post-classic era luxury and sports cars and a welcoming atmosphere.

Admission was five bucks and included free champagne; a reported 3,470 people showed up for the party. 369 of them were described as obtaining bidders paddles.

On the block was the redoubtable Omar Landis from Ephrata, Pennsylvania, a commanding presence whose delivery still echoes today in the chant, and the one-liners, of every American auctioneer of old cars.

The New York Times sent John S. Radosta, Sports Illustrated dispatched Robert F. Jones. Radosta’s report was old-time Times sober. Jones was a lot more colorful, in the style of today’s Jason Gay and Dan Neal of the Wall Street Journal.

There were some notable differences from today. Sellers paid all the auction commissions: 12% on sold cars, 3½% on passed lots. The catalog order and the sell-order were completely different. There were 60 cars in the catalog (of which 12 got cold feet and didn’t show up on auction day) but 82 cars made the show. No record of a supplemental catalog listing of the 22 added lots has ever been found.

[If someone has one, please copy and e-mail it to me.]

Chassis and engine numbers were notable by their absence, as the following report will show. And even some of the numbers reported were obtained by deductive sleuthing, not from the catalog.

In the end 46 of 82 cars that crossed the block were hammered sold for a total of $265,100. That’s a 56.1% sell-through and a $5,763 average, 58% more than the $3,364 MSRP of a 1971 Chevelle SS Sport Coupe with the base 402/300hp V8 and Hydramatic. Five lots, including the headline Duesenberg Model J Barrel-Side Phaeton at the sale’s top bid of $66,000, were unsold on bids higher than the best sale of $20,000. Hammer bids on unsold cars were just over $100,000 more than the total of sold cars.

On the basis of those numbers Kirk F. White Motorcars Auction, Inc. grossed something like $42,000, which in 1971 wasn’t a bad payday, even after pouring cases of champagne.

But it isn’t the totals that make this sale important, it’s the effect it had in energizing interest in old cars. It initiated a trend that would crawl slowly upward from here.

E.D. Screes, buyer of the top lot, drove out of St. Martin’s parking lot in his Cream and Orange 1931 Auburn Twelve Speedster, headed for his Indianapolis home in it, across three states, observing, “Shouldn’t take me more than fifteen hours.”

The lots below suffer from a paucity of information. They are therefore sorted by Marque, Model, Body Style and Year. Within that sort there are some telling comparisons; like the Ferrari Lusso, 275 GTB and 250 GTO and the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I all bid to the same $6,500.

How things have diverged since 1971.

[If anyone has more information on the cars in this sale, particularly chassis and engine numbers, I hope you’ll share.]

Lot # 21 1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Roadster, Body by Freestone & Webb; S/N 101016917; Engine # 101016917; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $22,500; With Reserve – RHD. Chrome wire wheels, driving lights, rear-mounted spare, folding windshield. – 1970 AACA Grand Classic first prize, along with many other awards. – This is probably the car offered by Christie’s at Monterey in 2005 where it was bid to $300,000.

Lot # 54 1965 Alfa Romeo GTZ Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $3,400. – With Reserve.

Lot # 59 1959 Argonaut 2-Dr. Sedan Chassis; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $2,300; With Reserve – Rear-mounted Chrysler Marine V-8, front wheel drive, torsion bar independent front suspension. – An incomplete restoration needing a body. –

Lot # 51 1960 Arnolt-Bristol Roadster, Body by Bertone; S/N 4043115; Engine # 328; BR Green/Black leather; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Restored in 1965 (when five years old?) –

Lot # 92 1962 Aston Martin DB4 Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 25 1936 Aston Martin Le Mans Prototype Two-Seater; S/N LM22 (G6701UR); Dark Red/Black; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $6,600 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $6,600; With Reserve – RHD. dual aeroscreens, cycle fenders, dual fuel fillers, headlight stoneguards. – Buiot for the 1936 Le Mans 24 Hours, which was not held. No other race history, original. Registration DMX 358, now in the Simeone Museum. –

Lot # 67 1931 Aston Martin Le Mans Tourer; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,500 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 19 1931 Auburn 8 Speedster; S/N Unknown; Ivory, Light Tan accents; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $14,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $14,000; With Reserve – Chrome wire wheels, wide whitewalls, small Pilot-Rays, dual sidemounts with mirrors. – ‘near perfect in all respects.’ –

Lot # 69 1931 Auburn Twelve Speedster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $20,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $20,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 56 1969 Auburn Replica 851 Boattail Speedster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Glen Pray replica, Ford V-8, 4-speed, tilt steering column, radio, heater, chrome wire wheels, wide whitewalls.

Lot # 07 1914 Autocar Flatbed with Steam Calliope; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $4,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $4,000; With Reserve – RHD. Opposed 3-cylinder engine, single headlight, front-mounted sidelights, solid tires.

Lot # 29 1937 Bentley Drophead Coupe, Body by Mulliner; S/N Unknown; Black,; Black cloth top; Not viewed; – With Reserve – Withdrawn.

Lot # 41 1951 Bentley Sedanca deVille, Body by James Young; S/N; Grey, Silver-Grey fenders; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,300 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,300. – With Reserve.

Lot # 47 1956 Bentley Continental Fastback, Body by Park Ward; S/N Unknown; Black, Maroon/Fawn leather; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $6,300 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $6,300; With Reserve – Hubcaps, trim rings, narrow whitewalls, driving lights, bumper overriders, automatic, 4.9 liter, radio, heater, tool kit, owner’s manual. – Three owners. –

Lot # 42 1951 Bentley Mark VI 4-Dr. Sedan; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,000; With Reserve – RHD. Fender mirrors, Lucas lights, sliding sunroof,

Lot # 50 1958 BMW 507 Convertible; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $5,100 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $5,100; With Reserve – Two tops, AM-FM, Rudge wheels. – Original and unrestored. –

Lot # 13 1925 Bugatti Type 30 Boattail Touring; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $4,300 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $4,300; With Reserve – RHD. No headlights, brake lights, no spares, wire wheels, hydraulic brakes, mahogany body sides.

Lot # 27 1937 Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux Coupe; S/N; Red, Black; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $17,500; With Reserve – RHD. Wire wheels, fender mirrors. – ‘A complete restoration was performed recently.’ –

Lot # 32 1938 Buick Limousine; S/N 384933; Maroon,; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,100 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,100; With Reserve – Model 13314057. RHD, dual enclosed sidemounts, Naugahyde upholstery.

Lot # 36 1941 Cadillac Limousine (Al Capone); S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $14,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $14,000; With Reserve – Includes a trailer of Al Capone memorabilia. – AQ 4/3 –

Lot # 20 1931 Cadillac 452 V-16 Roadster; S/N Unknown; Metallic Maroon, Silver fenders/Red; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $32,000; With Reserve – Body color wire wheels, wide whitewalls, luggage trunk, rumble seat, dual sidemounts.

Lot # 48 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham 4-Dr. Hardtop; S/N 5770054533; Rally Green,; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,000; With Reserve – Steel springs – Repainted. –

Lot # 37 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Radio, heater, hubcaps, trim rings, wide whitewalls, radio, heater. – Original interior. –

Lot # 40 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Fastback Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Radio, heater, wide whitewalls, hubcaps, trim rings, radio, heater, automatic. – Original –

Lot # 26 1933 Chevrolet Fire Truck; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $1,100; With Reserve – Crew Cab body, at the time meaning an open bed with lengthwise benches.

Lot # 42 1953 Cunningham C3 Convertible, Body by Vignale; S/N; Red/Tan leather; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,000; With Reserve – Plymouth Fury wheel covers, narrow whitewalls, Chrysler Hemi, 4-speed. – Original upholstery. –

Lot # 09 1921 Daimler Touring; S/N Unknown; Blue, Black/Black leather; Beige top; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $4,100; With Reserve – 6-cylinder, 4-speed, dual sidemounts. – “very good”. –

Lot # 39 1948 Delahaye 135M Convertible Coupe, Body by Figoni & Falaschi; S/N Unknown; Seafoam Green/Dark Blue; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $5,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $5,000; With Reserve – RHD. ‘Narwahl’ style body with finned rear fenders and dorsal fin, dual spotlights, Bill Frick installed Cadillac engine, Hydramatic, Marchal headlights, grille guard, skirted front and rear fenders, rumble seat

Lot # 18 1931 Duesenberg Model J Barrel-side Phaeton, Body by LeBaron; S/N Unknown; Tan, Maroon fenders; Beige cloth top; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $66,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 15 1928 duPont Model E Convertible Sedan; S/N 570; Engine # E1090; White, Dark Green fenders; Beige top; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $16,100 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $16,100. – With Reserve.

Lot # 95 1958 Edsel; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $750. – With Reserve.

Lot # 52 1961 Facel Vega; S/N Unknown; Grey/Tan leather; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – 383, 4-speed, centerlock wheels.

Lot # 84 1966 Ferrari 206 GT Dino; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $10,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $10,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 85 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Barchetta; S/N 0067S (0100E?); Red,; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $7,200; With Reserve – RHD. 5-speed, Smith’s speedometer – Freshly repainted. –

Lot # 88 1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L Lusso Berlinetta; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $6,500 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $6,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 89 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta; S/N 3767 GT; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $6,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 97 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Berlinetta; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $6,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 55 1965 Ferrari 275 LM Sports Racer; S/N 5903; Red/Black; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $7,000; With Reserve – Lefthand drive. 5-spoke alloy wheels, rollup windows, sunroof, upholstered and carpeted interior. – ‘[A]n outstanding road car.’ And a masterpiece of understatement.

Lot # 53 1964 Ferrari 330P Sports Racer; S/N Unknown; Red/Black; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – ‘A dynamic road car.’ –

Lot # 57 1953 Ferrari 375 MM Roadster; S/N 0382; Red; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $7,200; With Reserve – RHD. Wire wheels, driver’s paperclip rollbar, Sun tach. – Ex-Bill Spear. –

Lot # 83 1964 Ferrari 400 SA SWB Berlinetta; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $6,200. – With Reserve.

Lot # 43 1953 Ferrari Europa Cabriolet, Body by Pinin Farina; S/N 0311EU; Red/Green leather; Black top; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,600 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,600; With Reserve – Wire wheels.

Lot # 11 1923 FIAT Sports Roadster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $1,600 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $1,600; With Reserve – RHD. 4-cylinder, 4-speed, cycle fenders, 4-wheel drum brakes.

Lot # 10 1923 FIAT Touring; S/N Engine No. 4140787; Engine # 4140787; Yellow, Red fenders; Black top; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $1,700 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $1,700; With Reserve – RHD. 4-cylinder, 4-speed, disc wheels. – Restored in 1968. –

Lot # 87 1966 Ford GT40; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $10,500 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $10,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 61 1925 Ford Model A; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,300 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,300. – With Reserve.

Lot # 16 1929 Ford Model A Roadster; S/N Unknown; Medium Green, Black fenders; Beige cloth top; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,300 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,300; With Reserve – Black wire wheels, whitewalls, rumble seat, rear-mounted spare, side curtains. – Restored four years ago. –

Lot # 62 Ford Model T Depot Hack; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,600 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,600. – With Reserve.

Lot # 94 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,500 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 12 1925 Franklin Runabout; S/N 1525712; Engine # E100781; Light Yellow/Black; Beige top; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $7,600 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $7,600; With Reserve – Drum headlights, rear-mounted spare, wood spoke wheels, blackwall tires, no side curtains. – Restored last year. –

Lot # 08 Hal D.O. Dirt Track Racer; S/N Unknown; Maroon, Gold lettering/Black; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,000; With Reserve – Hal double overhead cam head on Ford Model B block, 4-wheel hydraulic brakes, dual Riley side draft carbs, wire wheels. – Restored –

Lot # 66 1919 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $1,200 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $1,200. – With Reserve.

Lot # 03 1910 Hispano-Suiza Tourer; S/N 022341; Blue, Dark Green; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $12,100; With Reserve – RHD. Built for Queen Isabela of Spain, 4-cylinder, 3-speed, acetylene bell headlights, bulb horn. – Restored. –

Lot # 77 1950 Invicta Black Prince 4-Dr. Sedan; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $1,900. – With Reserve.

Lot # 44 1953 Jaguar C-type Sports Racer; S/N Unknown; Red,; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $9,800 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $9,800; With Reserve – RHD. Full width windscreen.

Lot # 49 Jaguar D-Type Sports Racer; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – In restoration, not finished. –

Lot # 73 1950 Jaguar Mark V; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 76 Jaguar Mark V 4-Dr. Sedan; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $1,800 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $1,800. – With Reserve.

Lot # 46 1955 Jaguar XK 140 Coupe, Body by Touring; S/N Unknown; Golden Beige/Red leather; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $1,900; With Reserve – Wire wheels

Lot # 05 1912 Kisselkar Model 40 Roadster; S/N 7312; Engine # 7297; Black top; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $12,500; With Reserve – RHD. 4 1/2×4 3/4 four cylinder, acetylene headlights, kerosene sidelights and taillight, dual spares on the rear deck, bulb horn, oval bolster fuel tank, Prest-o-Lite tank – 1965 AACA Cup Best Restoration winner in 1965. –

Lot # 33 1940 LaSalle Convertible Sedan; S/N 4328609; Black,; Tan cloth top; Not viewed; withdrawn; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Hubcaps, whitewalls.

Lot # 72 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,800 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,800. – With Reserve.

Lot # 96 1902 Locke Steam; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,800 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,800. – With Reserve.

Lot # 04 1911 Marion Bobcat Runabout; S/N Unknown; Yellow,; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $14,500 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $14,500; With Reserve – RHD. Acetylene headlights, kerosene sidelights, monocle windshield, dual spares on the rear deck behind the cylindrical bolster tank, acetylene taillight. – Restored. –

Lot # 17 1928 Marmon Model 75 Speedster, Body by Wilson Body Company; S/N Unknown; Black/Red leather; Beige cloth top; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $7,900 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $7,900; With Reserve – Beige cloth covered running board, drum headlights, Trippe lights, pedestal-mounted spotlight, dual (?) sidemounts, rumble seat, red wire wheels, whitewalls, fender-mounted mirrors. – Featured in AQ 7/2. –

Lot # 80 1952 Mercedes-Benz 220 Convertible; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $1,600 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $1,600. – With Reserve.

Lot # 06 1914 Mercer Type 35 T-Head Raceabout; S/N Unknown; Yellow, Black accents; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $37,500; With Reserve – RHD. Electric starter. – The Mercer in Ralph Stein’s ‘The Great Cars.’ Restored by Ralph Buckley.

Lot # 22 1932 MG J2 Midget Roadster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; – With Reserve – Withdrawn

Lot # 74 1952 MG TD Roadster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 79 1952 Muntz Jet Convertible; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $1,200. – With Reserve.

Lot # 34 1940 NIMBUS Motorcycle; S/N Unknown; Red, Silver accent/Black; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $350. – With Reserve.

Lot # 01 1902 Oldsmobile Model R Curved Dash; S/N 20943; Black/Black; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $4,000; With Reserve – – Restored. –

Lot # 38 1941 Packard 110 Convertible Coupe; S/N Unknown; Maroon/Natural leather; White top; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Hubcaps, trim rings, wide whitewalls, grille guard. – Stored from new until 1950, repainted, reupholstered, new top and tires. –

Lot # 35 1940 Packard 160 Convertible Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; With Reserve – Withdrawn – Driving lights, grille guard, dual enclosed sidemounts, hubcaps, trim rings, narrow whitewalls.

Lot # 30 1939 Plymouth Station Wagon; S/N Unknown; Sand,; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $1,400 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $1,400; With Reserve – 3-row seating, single sidemount, radio, heater. – 27,000 miles from new –

Lot # 82 1956 Porsche 356 Speedster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $4,200. – With Reserve.

Lot # 86 1966 Porsche Carrera 6; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $8,100. – With Reserve.

Lot # 31 1939 Railton Fairmile 3-pos. Drophead Coupe; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $1,900; With Reserve – RHD. Driving and fog light, fender mirrors, disc wheels, wide whitewalls. – Described as restored, but looks tired. –

Lot # 02 1910 Renault Limousine; S/N 975P; Engine # 317018; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $4,300; With Reserve – Drum headlights, kerosene sidelights, roof rack, sidemount missing, 4-cylinder, 3-speed. – Partially restored. –

Lot # 24 1937 Rolls-Royce 25/30hp Limousine, Body by Barker; S/N; Deep Maroon, Black fenders; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $5,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $5,000; With Reserve – RHD. Single sidemount, Lucas P100 headlights, fender mirrors, driving light. – Original interior –

Lot # 14 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Dual Windshield Boattail Tourer; S/N Unknown; Dark Blue, Polished Aluminum/Medium Blue leather; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $9,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $9,000; With Reserve – RHD. Single sidemount, Driving light

Lot # 78 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Roadster Henley; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $25,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 90 1957 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I 4-Dr. Sedan; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $6,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 45 1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn 4-Dr. Sedan; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $8,200; With Reserve – LHD. Long wheelbase, wheel covers, wide whitewalls, driving lights, radio.

Lot # 81 1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $4,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 70 1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $16,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $16,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 93 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $11,400 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $11,400. – With Reserve.

Lot # 64 1930 Ruxton Roadster; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $19,500. – With Reserve.

Lot # 75 1924 Seagrave Fire Truck; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $2,000 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $2,000. – With Reserve.

Lot # 28 1937 SS Jaguar 100 3.5 Roadster; S/N Unknown; Medium Grey, Gunmetal fenders; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $6,600. – With Reserve — Registration ENN 520.

Lot # 63 1934 Jaguar SS One; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Hammered Sold at $3,400 plus commission of 0.00%; Final Price $3,400. – With Reserve.

Lot # 68 1932 Streamliner; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $4,300. – With Reserve.

Lot # 23 1933 Thayer Special Dirt Track Racer; S/N Unknown; Cream, Black/Black; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $6,000; With Reserve – Ford Model B with Cragar ohv head. – Restored in 1970. –

Lot # 91 1917 Winton; S/N Unknown; Not viewed; Not sold at Hammer bid of $7,500. – With Reserve.

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