Clars offers a spectacular lifetime's collection of classic and vintage cars



2015-06-26 12:28:13

Clars offers a spectacular lifetime's collection of classic and vintage cars

Highlights include a beautiful 1929 Cadillac Series 341-B Roadster and 1996 Jaguar XJS convertible

Clars Auction Gallery is gearing up for an exciting classic vehicles auction to be held on Tuesday, July 12 in Oakland, California, featuring the life-long collection of a major San Francisco Bay area 'mobile' aficionado.

In all, nearly 100 vehicles will be offered on behalf of the bankruptcy trustee. LiveAuctioneers will provide Internet live bidding.

Spanning over eight decades of vehicle makes and manufacturers, domestic and foreign, this collection is one not to be missed.

The sale's headliners include a spectacular 1929 Cadillac Series 341-B Roadster, a cool 1953 Spohn Roadster and a sexy 1931 Stutz Model MB convertible. This is just a taste of the wealth of classic cars to be offered.

1929 Cadillac Roadster The stunning 1929 Cadillac Series 341-B Roadster

Further highlights include a 1934 Cadillac Series 452-D limo and a rare 1924 Locomobile Touring car. Flashing forward to the more contemporary models to be offered finds a 2002 Bentley Continental R and 1996 Jaguar XJS convertible. But there's far more than cars.

This private collection also features vintage motorcycles, trailers and trucks. A 1937 Pierce Arrow Travelodge trailer will be offered, as will a 1935 and a 1936 Curtiss Aerocars 26-foot trailer; and a 1935 24-foot Travel Coach that was used in the movie Aviator.

A 1940 Monk boat with floating boathouse (in Seattle) is among the unusual 'mobiles' in this great collection. There's even a 1958 Mack fire truck.

In addition, there will be a large amount of vintage cars, trucks and trailers in various stages of restoration to catch the attention of parts collectors.

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