Search the BSCCoC Website
Home Who We
Are
President &
Executive
Membership
Swag
Members Current
Events
Past
Events
Club
Chapters
Marques Club & Forum
Links
History Finds


November 9th 2013

'Twas a cold but sunny Sunday, the last day of the Toronto Fall Automobile Auction. If the inside is any way represented by the outside this should be good.



The outside looked good as I spotted this 56 Mercury 100



SP 129 Fiberglass 1932 Ford Roadster Convertible.
It sold for $61,600.00





SP137, 1931 Ford Roadster, the Speedster Special.
This one did not sell at $57,000.00.
If you had $69,000 It can be yours



SP136 Chevy II 2 Door Wagon did not sell at $29,000.00





Here is a very dusty Bentley Barn Find
SP08, a 1967 Bentley 4D, sold for $15,950.00
And, no it was not spared dust writing

Sp14 is a 1960 Ford Thunderbird came with history
It did not sell at $12,500.00







SP15, a 1952 Mercury M1 Pickup
I was next to the buyer as he bid up to the selling price of $18,700.00

The Old And the New
SP108, a 1925 Chevrolet Stake Truck which did not sell at $15,000.00
and SP20, a 2007 Cadillac Escalade which did not sell at $15,000.00



Three Jaguars
Top left, Lot 131, a 1992 Jaguar XJS did not sell at $5,000.00
Top right, Lot 110, a 1989 Jaguar XJ6 4D did not sell at $3,000.00
Bottom, Lot 404, a 1989 Jaguar XJS Convertible did not sell at $5,700.00



Want to get into some Military Motoring activities?
Lot SP24 is a 1952 Willys M38 Military Jeep with a trailer
It did sell at $18,700.00

Lot 430 is this 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
It did not sell at $32,000.00

Lot NR05 is a 2004 Jaguar X-Type 3.0
It sold for $12,100.00





This had to take the "Cutest Car at The Auction" Award
Lot 627 is a top of the line 1937 Fiat Topolino
Much was made of the $12,000 paint job.
It sold at $17,050.00

Lot 628, a 1972 Triumph TR6, which looked pretty good
I can't find the lot in the results, but I know it reached $7,200



Lot 123 is a 1978 MGB
It did not sell at $3,000.00

Just the perfect vehicle for a weekend camp
Lot 112, is a 1980 Vanagon L Westphalia Camper
It sold for $6,600.00





This little Midget was donated to the Blenheim Historical Society for use as a fundraiser.
It came without a title but still sold for $4,675.00

All the way from BC comes Lot 120, a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle
It was all original with service records
It sold for $11,000.00



Lot 130, a 1970 MGB was mechanically excellent,
something the body could not follow
It sold for $2,860.00

Lot 165 is a 1955 Buick Special
A tribute to the TV show "Highway Patrol"
It did not sell at $5,000.00



Trucks seemed to do better here than I remember from the past
Top Left, SP83, a 1953 Mercury M100 PU sold for $25,300.00
Top Right, SP81, a 1948 Ford F-100 "Bonus Built" PU sold for $24,750.00
Bottom, SP120, a 1956 Ford, sold for $31,900.00



What do you get when you strip a brand new (in this case 1989) Ford Mustang of all of its body and structure then add you own coatchwork
You get a Classic Motor Carriages Destiny
Lot 153 is a 1989 Destiny did not sell at $7,000.00

Here is a sleeper for you,
SP48 is a 1968 Ford Custom, 428, 4 spd with a 9 inch rear end
It sold for $19,250.00

SP74, a 1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe Four-Door Woody
It sold for $79,750.00

Coming up a few years we have Lot 146 a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda
It did not sell at $12,000.00

Sp110 is a 1962 Dodge Dart It sold for $23,100.00

Would you preserve the patina or go to the wall to restore?
SP32 is a 1952 Chevrolet Deluxe 490 Sedan
It sold for $2,970.00





The Pink Slips Women's Car Club is always fundraising for children in need of help
Here they are actioning off a donated remote control Pink BMW electric kiddy car.

SP38 is a 1981 Chevy Camaro Z28 Coupe
With no reserve it sold for $13,750



These people have to find the bidders and sometimes cajole them on.
This is not easy work







Here Sp14, the 1960 Ford Thunderbird, is coming across the stage
Bidding went up to $12,500.00 but it did not sell



Here Lot SP15, a 1952 Mercury M1 Pickup is coming through
It took work to keep the bidding to the $18,700.00 it sold for





Here Lot 628, a 1972 Triumph TR6, came across the stage
Bidding reached $7,200

Check out:
Collector Car Productions
Auction Results
Pink Slips Car Club
Pink Slips Car Club Facebook Site


 

































Home Who We
Are
President &
Executive
Membership
Swag
Members Current
Events
Past
Events
Club
Chapters
Marques Club & Forum
Links
History Finds