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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Salcedo Auctions Features Rare Automobiles for Sale

This September 24, at 6 PM in Rigodon Ballroom, The Peninsula Manila, Salcedo Auctions will showcase a selection of one-of-a-kind automobiles that exhibit the purest essence of automobile art, history, and engineering through the years.

1930 Ford Model A Coupe

The Ford Model A Coupe represents an important turning point in the automotive industry as we know it. This immaculately ¬preserved, award-winning throwback to the 30’s has been modified with road¬worthiness and safety in mind, with significant yet subtle upgrades to make it more compatible with modern accessories. With its contributions to innovations in automotive design and engineering, owning a Ford Model A Coupe is owning a piece of history, and can be considered an impressive addition to any collector’s garage.

1970 Custom Chevrolet Nova

When it comes to standing out from the rest and feeling the thrill of muscle car magic, it doesn’t get any better, or more impressive than this. This completely rebuilt Chevy Nova is the only one of its kind in the Philippines. Extensive modifications to its exterior and interior have transformed it into an excellent representation of muscle car machismo and mystery, with no expense spared to making sure every ounce of thrill is adequately delivered to its driver.

1967 Custom Ford Mustang Fastback “Eleanor”

There aren’t very many cars with an identity as distinct and as iconic as Eleanor’s. Made famous from the movie, Gone in 60 Seconds, Eleanor is the only Ford Mustang in history to receive star title credit in a movie. This 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback is a complete embodiment of the car used in the year 2000 version of the film by Jerry Bruckheimer starring Nicholas Cage, with extensive work done both inside and out to produce one of the most faithful examples of Eleanor you’ll find in the country. More than a car, Eleanor has been the embodiment of the muscle car ideology for generations of motoring enthusiasts, and it’s rare to find a car that perfectly reflects the same excitement and thrill that the original brought to the silver screen.

1964 Volkswagen Beetle

There are millions of Volkswagen Beetles roaming the earth but only few are running properly and this beautifully, offering even more than what they were originally designed to do. This Type 1 North American example has been painstakingly attended to with passion and great attention to detail to deliver an unspoiled experience of nostalgia. Extensive restoration and upgrades to both its exterior and interior have been done with one intention in mind: to keep this Volkswagen Beetle as perfect and as pristine as when it rolled off the showroom in 1964.

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