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Some exciting classic cars are on the market today, especially for classic car connoisseurs. Whether you collect classic cars, own one or two treasures, or are saving up for your first big purchase, appreciating classic vehicles is a great hobby. Knowing what’s available on the market helps you prepare for the moment something extraordinary comes along. recently sold 4 incredible cars at auction: a 1959 Chevrolet Apache, a 1953 Packard Clipper, a 1966 Plymouth Valiant, and a 1967 Triumph Spitfire. 

Let’s take a look at these cool classic autos. 

1959 chevrolet Apache1959 Chevrolet Apache 3100 Pickup

This bright Cardinal Red 1959 Chevrolet Apache 3100 turns heads with its iconic design and custom touches. It was brought to auction by the owner, who acquired it in 1998. Under their ownership, the truck was upgraded with a 350ci V8 engine and TH350 three-speed automatic transmission for added power and cruising ability. The refinished white and red vinyl interior perfectly complements the vibrant exterior.

Under the hood, the Chevy 350 V8 is paired with an Edelbrock intake manifold, Carter four-barrel carburetor, and Sanderson headers feeding dual Flowmaster mufflers. This setup gives the Apache plenty of power and that signature V8 rumble. 

The Fleetside bed adds vintage utility with oak wood slats and metal runners, which are fantastic for occasional hauling. The truck has been upgraded with power front disc brakes at all four corners for improved stopping ability. It also has custom 15” chrome slotted wheels wrapped in Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires.

Inside, the bench seat was re-covered in comfortable white and red vinyl upholstery. Coupled with the Lokar floor shifter, redesigned steering wheel, and AutoMeter gauges throughout the cab, the interior has been nicely updated while keeping the vintage vibe. At just 4,700 miles since the upgrades, this ‘59 Apache 3100 was sold with a clean title for $31,250.

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1953 Packard Clipper1953 Packard Clipper Club Sedan

This 1953 Packard Clipper Club Sedan is finished in baby blue paint over striped gray and coordinating blue cloth upholstery. It still has its original 288ci straight-eight engine, but it has been upgraded with a new carburetor and temp sensor for smooth, reliable driving.

Chrome accents abound, from the Packard cormorant hood ornament to bumper overriders and exterior trim. The Clipper Deluxe bodywork shows nicely despite some signs of age on the trim and body fittings. Paint imperfections mark a past repaint but lend charm rather than detraction.

The interior features striped gray cloth bench seating matching the door panels and carpeting. A color-coded dash, vintage push-button radio, and lockable glove box capture 1950s style. An engine-turned dash insert houses upgraded TPI-Tech gauges so the driver can closely monitor the performance of the straight-eight engine. 

This classic auto has steel wheels with color-matched wheel covers, Kumho front tires, and Mastercraft rear tires. The 12-volt electrical system ensures smooth, reliable starting and operation. The Packard Clipper sold at auction for $9,000. 

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1966 Plymouth1966 Plymouth Valiant 200 4-Door Sedan

This 1966 Plymouth Valiant 200 puts a twist on classic sedan style with its custom red and white two-tone paint scheme. This Plymouth delivers a great throwback look by combining freshened exterior styling with a revived 225ci slant-six under the hood.

The seller had rust repaired and resprayed the Valiant in 2021, giving it a sharp white and red color combo over a pillarless profile. New wheel covers and refinished steel wheels complete the look, plus it has a replaced windshield and rear window. Signs of age remain in some scratched trim and surface blemishes.

The interior was also completely redone with new red vinyl upholstery, matching door panels, and a red dashboard. The carpets are stained and show their age. The factory Plymouth radio remains alongside a modern Kenwood Bluetooth stereo. The previous owner also had a period-correct cruise control system installed. 

Behind the two-spoke steering wheel, the full 120-mph speedometer looks sharp, as do the engine temp and charge gauges. While total mileage is unknown, the odometer shows only about 38,000 miles since the red-and-white style revival. The Plymouth Valiant sold for $4,550. 

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1967 Triumph Spitfire1967 Triumph Spitfire Mark II

This 1967 Triumph Spitfire Mark II is a gorgeous British roadster with a deep red exterior and black and white upholstery. Benefitting from a 4-year refurbishment between 2001-2005, the Triumph shows beautifully inside and out. The 1,147cc inline-four engine provides high-performance thanks to rebuilt carbs and a clean fuel system.

The exterior was stripped and repainted red during the refurb, giving the smooth, curvy bodywork a vibrant, rich finish. Chrome details shine nicely on the bumpers and badging, with some imperfections only adding character. Signature features like the exposed fuel cap and trunk hinges enhance the roadster’s charm.

Inside, the bucket seats wear attractive black and white piping matching the Triumph-branded carpet mats. The Wood Rim Moto-Lita steering wheel and matching Jaeger gauges look fantastic against the woodgrain dash. An overdrive switch allows easy cruising while the Sony sound system entertains on weekend drives.

Additional work included rebuilding the front suspension and steering, overhauling the rear brakes, and repairing the exhaust. With just 45,000 miles believed to be on the odometer, this sharp Spitfire has enjoyed meticulous care inside, outside, and underneath. It sold at auction for $14,000. 

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To Protect Your Classic Car, Choose Classic Auto Insurance

When you pour time, money, and care into securing your dream classic car, you want to shield your investment from harm and damage. Here at Classic Auto Insurance, we adore those unmistakable details of vintage autos, just like you do.

That’s why we offer tailored protection for your dream car – or cars. Our specialists know exactly how to cover classics like the 1959 Chevrolet Apache, as well as convertibles, muscle cars, other vintage trucks, and everything in between. Plus, we offer VIP roadside assistance across the country to keep you cruising should trouble arise.

Don’t just trust your baby to the average agent – we gear our coverage for true out-of-the-garage adventures! Give us a call at 888-901-1338 or request a quote so we can craft a policy to complement your classic as perfectly as those aftermarket rims. Then drive carefree, knowing you and your ride are in good hands no matter where the open road takes you. 

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