Antique cars are pieces of modern engineering history that you can drive, unless you’re an eccentric billionaire who prefers to place them in glass containers for display and guest perusal. Regardless of your purchase intention, you will be mystified by the largest historical auto sale by the Volo Auto Museum.
The Volo Auto Museum has one of the biggest collections of collector cars. And now they’re selling off a finite amount of their stock to anyone who wants to make a bid! Before you start thinking about a good final bidding price, you might want to freshen up on California Drivers Ed to avoid getting into a traffic accident and denting the immaculate exterior when you drive it home from the auction.
Volo Auto Museum
The Volo Auto Museum is a family owned and operated car collector establishment. Established in 1960, the antique car lot has been selling, buying, and trading collector cars inside and outside of Volo, Illinois. This family business has had a mission to purely purchase and sell thousands of collector’s cars every year.
Since its establishment, the museum has been run and operated by three family generations. The museum has displayed 33 different car exhibits ranging from military to vintage campers. They’re also known worldwide for their Hollywood car displays.
Now, because the owners are making way for new collections, you have the chance to purchase a Hollywood set piece, famous movie or TV automobile or collector car with this prestigious museum.
Reduced Price Vehicles
Among the sales happening at the Volo Auto Museum is a major eye catcher: a Corvette ZR-1. The previous owners were so mindful of the car that they close-to-never drove it. With only 3,740 miles on the odometer, the car rests in the museum in pristine condition.
1973 Dodge Challenger
The 1973 Dodge Challenger is a devil red, hardtop All-American muscle car that’s waiting to be driven off a dirt ramp. Well, dirt-made road. It is a quality piece of American ingenuity that would be a classic piece in anyone’s collection. The sound system in this vehicle was refurbished and priced at about $2,000.
1963 Ford Galaxie 500 R Code Fastback
Darker than night itself, the Ford Galaxie 500 Fastback has a black coat and extremely rare asset for muscle car collector. What’s more is this vehicle still has the majority of the parts it was created with, which leaves this powercar at near original condition. This vehicle was created to be competitive in a NASCAR setting, but you might want to keep in a SAFECAR area.
1971 Chevrolet Nova
If you want to turn heads, then the 1971 Chevrolet Nova would be an excellent choice. The color of the one on sale can only be described as “synergy green,” because of its vibrant appearance. Before you ask, the LED backlights do match the exterior coat. For late night cruises, the car comes equipped with LED lighting to make sure people see you – even in dark areas.
1986 Ferrari Daytona Spyder from Miami Vice
This 1986 Ferrari Daytona Spyder is among the last of its kind. There were only two ever built. The reason being was because the producers of the show Miami Vice wanted an attractive sports vehicle to make the protagonists look even cooler than they were. Now, the Spyder is being auctioned off within the month to – what we would assume – some lucky detective (or lucky Miami Vice fan).