A correction is needed. This Blue Talladega was mistakenly previously listed as the $110,000 from last year but it was not. The early photos on the BJ site showed the car from the previous year. They are different VINs. Sorry for any confusion.
Below are the photos for the car that did sell at BJ in 2015 for $35,000 plus premium.
The second Talladega going up for auction is a Maroon car that has had a complete restoration and appears to be mostly correct with the exception of missing smog equipment. However, as documented by the photo above, not all pictures tell the complete story of the car’s condition. Which car do you think will bring the most money and what will be the top selling price of the two?
It will be a big year for Aero Cars at the auction this year. The only car not represented is the 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II. There will be two 1970 Plymouth Superbirds and one 1969 Dodge Daytona.
The Daytona is a very famous car once owned by Big Willie of Los Angeles street racing notoriety. The car has been restored and has been on tour around the Country the past year. It is a real Daytona with a very famous history. What is your guess on this one? I bet this car will bring more than twice the price of both Talladegas combined!
This Plymouth Superbird is listed as an all original 14,000 mile car and was the last one produced. The dealer did not sell it to a retail buyer until 1985! Although this is a 440 automatic car its condition and low miles could drive the price up substantially. What is your projection?
The last of the MOPARs is a 1970 Plymouth Superbird that is again a 440 automatic but is a fully restored car. Will having all these Aero Cars at the same auction help the prices for the sellers or the buyers? What do you think this Bird will sell for?
I have a couple of more questions. First, which of all these cars will bring the most money? The least? If there were comparable Dan Gurney and Cale Yarborough Spoiler II cars at this auction how do you think their prices would compare to these cars?