1. '36 Viper-powered Chrysler Airflow Street Rod-$550,800
2. '70 Dan Gurney AAR Trans-Am 'Cuda, vintage racer-$388,800
3. '70 hand-built Hemi 'Cuda P-1970 press preview car with unique non-production features-$329,400
4. '70 Hemi Superbird, 1 of 77, auto, power steering, power brakes, eight-track-$307,800
5. '70 Hemi 'Cuda, auto, track pack, bench seat-$270,000
6. '63 426 Max Wedge two-door-post Plymouth Belvedere, radio/heater delete, 24K miles-$243,000
7. '61 Chrysler 300G convertible, 413/375, 1 of 337-$226,600
8. '68 Hemi Dart, four-speed, original Hurst package car in primer/gel coat-$207,900
9. '61 Chrysler 300G convertible, 413/400, rare three-speed manual transmission-$205,200
10. '70 'Cuda convertible, Nash Bridges TV car, Hemi recreation/clone-$164,160
11. '48 Chrysler T&C convertible, original wood, rare rear-seat windscreens-$156,600
12. '66 Plymouth Belvedere II, "bank robber car," Hemi, 53K miles, original Blue Line spare tire-$151,200
13. '68 Hemi Road Runner, four-speed, redline tires, pop-out rear windows-$151,200
14. '71 383 'Cuda convertible, shaker, billboards, rear wing-$140,400
15. '67 Hemi Belvedere, factory lightweight RO23 S/S package, 1 of 55-$139,320
16. '70 'Cuda convertible, 528 Hemi recreation/clone-$118,800
17. '69 Hemi GTX, four-speed, power seat-$116,640
18. '70 Superbird, 440/6, four-speed, 34K miles-$115,560
19. '6911/42 Road runner, 440/6, auto-$114,480
20. '67 Hemi GTX, original interior-$113,400

Historical automotive artifacts are good investments, especially high-performance Mopars, but they are also fun reminders of the glorious "good old days" of high horsepower. This 2005 Scottsdale event had numerous rare and desirable Mopars that were available to all . . . all that had credit established and were willing to pay the price that is!

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