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MAGNIFICENT SEVEN: Additional Offerings From The Lindley Collection

Written by Tom Jensen

LOT #734.1 – 1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI ‘CUDA – NO RESERVE

When you’re looking for classic American muscle cars, look no further than The Lindley Collection, an amazing assortment of vintage Detroit iron that will be hitting the block at the Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas Collector Car Auction, June 30-July 2 in the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Of the seven cars on offer from this collection out of Georgia, each offers matching numbers, documentation and plenty of horsepower. All will be offered with No Reserve.

LOT 734.1 – IN THE LIME LIGHT: 1970 Plymouth 426 HEMI ’Cuda

One of the most highly coveted muscle cars ever built, this 1970 Plymouth HEMI ’Cuda was the top Mopar performance offering of its day. Just 652 of these ultra high-performance cars were built in 1970, including just 284 with a 4-speed manual transmission.

Power is supplied by the legendary 426/425hp HEMI V8 engine, a true icon of the muscle car era.

This impressive example features a numbers-matching engine and transmission, which have  been verified by Mopar expert Dave Wise, who prepared a Wise Vehicle Inspection Report for this car. Also, this HEMI ’Cuda has been recorded in the MMC Detroit Global Vehicle Registry.

Cosmetics include the dazzling original color combination of High Impact FJ5 code Lime Light green paint, black “Hockey Stripes” on the rear quarter panels and a matching black bucket seat interior. The popular Shaker hood scoop adds visual appeal, as do the body-colored wheels and “dog dish” hubcaps.

Making this HEMI ’Cuda even more special is its lengthy option list, with power disc brakes, Rallye gauges, Rim Blow steering, AM radio and center console with woodgrain top.

This beautiful HEMI ’Cuda has undergone a high-quality professional restoration and comes with its warranty document and owner’s manual. If you’re looking for a classic matching-numbers, 4-speed HEMI ’Cuda, this is definitely a car to watch.

LOT #770.1 – 1970 FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 428 SCJ FASTBACK

LOT #770.1 – GO GRABBER ORANGE: 1970 Ford Mustang Mach I

Another matching-numbers muscle car from 1970, this Ford Mustang Mach I was trimmed in the vibrant Grabber Orange paint with a white bucket seat interior, making for a striking color combination.

With only about 100 miles on the odometer since undergoing a full restoration by Ohio-based Boss Auto, this Mustang checks all the right boxes: Power comes from a 428ci Cobra Jet V8 engine producing 335 horsepower. The engine is topped by a Shaker hood scoop that’s accented by a white hood stripe.

The rear window louvers and rear deck spoiler give the car a great look, especially with this color combination. In terms of documentation, the original window sticker is included, as is a Deluxe Marti Report.

LOT #771 – 1961 CHRYSLER 300G CONVERTIBLE – NO RESERVE

LOT #771 – 413 CUBIC-INCHES: 1961 Chrysler 300G convertible

In the late 1950s and early ’60s, Detroit’s muscle cars were its big-bodied models powered by big engines. And this rare and heavily optioned 1961 Chrysler 300G convertible is a perfect representative of its time. One of only 337 300G convertibles built in 1961 and one of only 124 accounted for today, it is powered by Chrysler’s 413/375hp engine with the famed cross-ram intake manifold and a pair of four-barrel carburetors.

Styled by Chrysler design legend Virgil Exner, the 1961 300G was the first to feature canted headlamps and the only one of the various 300 models to match this front end with Exner’s signature tail fins.

This show-quality example was recently serviced and is ready to be shown, driven and enjoyed. It is documented by the 300 Registry and is recorded in the MMC Detroit Global Vehicle Registry.

LOT #772 – 1970 PLYMOUTH ‘CUDA CONVERTIBLE – NO RESERVE

WITH A TWIST: 1970 Plymouth ’Cuda Convertible

This classic example of Mopar muscle is a rare 1970 Plymouth ’Cuda convertible, powered by a matching-numbers drivetrain consisting of a 383ci V8 engine with a 4-speed manual transmission, which is topped by a Hurst pistol-grip shifter. Professionally restored, his one of only 68 examples of this combination of engine, body and transmission.

The cosmetics on this car are stellar, as it is painted in High Impact Lemon Twist Yellow, with an added Shaker hood scoop. A multiple show winner, it is highly optioned with power steering, a power top and AM radio with a built-in 8-track player.

Documentation includes a Wise Vehicle Inspection Report, a production broadcast sheet and a spot in the MMC Detroit Global Vehicle Registry.

LOT #770 – 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 FASTBACK – NO RESERVE

LOT #770 – CLASSIC

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Published Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2022 16:09:00 +0000

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