We will be auctioning off many of our movie cars and museums items. No reserve, sold to the highest bidder. No buyers premium. On-line only, April 14 - 21. Only an Ebay account is needed.
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Screen Used 1963 Corvette Grand Sport replica used by Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in the heart pumping train heist scene from Fast 5. This car is not your typical movie car, its built to show standards! Est. $95k - $100k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
Ford v Ferrari
Screen Used 1966 Ferrari GTB Competizione Speciale. This is the only one built for the movie, it replicates a real Ferrari raced in the 1966 LeMans, a Ferrari valued at $40 million today! Custom chassis that's built to drive at high track speeds. Powered by a Mustang 5.0 engine and manual 5 speed trans. Est. $75k - $85k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
Ford v Ferrari
Screen Used 1965 Ford Econoline. This is the only one built for Ford v Ferrari to replicate an actual van used by the Shelby American company. Shelby American had several different versions of the Econoline. For the movie the Cobra Racing Division van was replicated. A die-cast version of this van was produced by M2 Machines. This van has had more compliments and created more excitement than our GT40 from the movie! Est. $30k - $40k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
The Green Hornet
Screen Used 1966 Chrysler Imperial "The Black Beauty". This car is Bad A$$! Hi-perf Chevy 350, Ford 9" rear end and functional-ish machine guns! This is one of the actual stunt cars built for the Seth Rogan big screen remake. Est. $35k - $40k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
Sony Promotional Car 1981 Cadillac Hearse. This car was built by Casey Production under authority of Sony Pictures to be a promotional car, used extensively in Las Vegas. It is a blast to drive around town! Est. $20k - $25k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
Let Him Go
Screen Used 1958 Chevrolet Nomad. This is one of 2 Nomads built for and used extensively in the movie Let Him Go starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. The car was use throughout the entire movie by the actors and is very recognizable. It is a 5 star rated movie car because of its use by a main character. Est. $10k - 15k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
"911" and "Soggy Bottom"
Screen used 1973 Ferrari Daytona that was first used in the TV series 911 and used in the up coming movie "Soggy Bottom" staring Bradley Cooper. This Daytona replica is one of the nicest Daytona replicas we have seen! Besides its movie use, its an awesome car! Est. $35k - 40k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
Indiana Jones Crystal Skull
Screen Used 1940s Jet Engine. Said to be a real prototype Jet engine from the 1940s. It was the jet engine featured on the Rocket Sled in Indiana Jones Crystal Skull where Harrison Ford was fighting the bad guy while traveling down train rails at high speeds. The Rocket Sled became a very popular toy, even given away in McDonalds Happy Meals. Not only is it a movie prop but it is also a historic piece of military memorabilia. Est. $5k - $10k - Selling No Reserve, No buyers premium.
Movie World Cars of the Stars "Big Daddy Roth" & Von Dutch
This is an awesome piece of hot rod memorabilia! This custom built vehicle was built for the legendary and now defunct Movie World museum in Buena Park, CA. Movie world employed 2 legends in the car community, Von Dutch and Ed "Big Daddy" Roth. This vehicle was put together by Von Dutch and features original hand painted art by both Ed Roth (of Rat Fink Fame) and Von Dutch. You're not only getting a unique vehicle but original works of art as well!
1950's Kiddie Ride, restored and fully functional
1950's Kiddie Ride. Restored and operational
1950's Kiddie Ride. Restored and fully functional.
Class of '46
Vintage Kiddie Ride. Restored and functional.
1957 Walker Executive Golf Cart
One of the first golf carts ever made. Gas powered. Unique art-deco styling. Fully restored. bimini top.
1937 Pierce Arrow Camper
This Travelodge was hand-built by the car manufacturer Pierce Arrow. It was ahead of its time with a steel frame and electric. In original condition. More Details to come.
(file photo) Very rare 6 passenger Trolley specially made for Disney World. Only a few of these Trolley's were built and used in the late '70s and early '80s to move people around the Disney resorts. Electric powered, Trolley bell.
1926 Model T Tow Truck
(file photo) this is a real deal and not a put together. It is a 1926 Model T grain truck that was converted into a tow truck with a real era correct and functional towing mechanism, not a home made reproduction for cosmetic appeal only.
1918 Model T Touring
(file photo) From an estate. 80% restored.
More To Come!
More items will be added in the weeks to come. Auction will begin April 14 and end April 21 and will be held on-line, Ebay account is needed. No Buyers Premium, all items are selling no-reserve to the highest bidder regardless of price. Items are located in Volo, IL and can be viewed prior to the auction by appointment to serious buyers. Any questions can be directed to email@example.com.