One-Off Coachwork by Bohman & Schwartz
1932 Chrysler CH Imperial Cabriolet
• Immense history and presence in concours-level condition; Original engine, chassis and body
• Former Pebble Beach Best in Class Concours winner, poised to join the Concours circuit once again
• The catalyst of a movement from old-world craftsmanship to the ignition of the unquenchable flames of hot rod fever
• Originally owned by noted Hollywood actor, Lincoln Perry
• A vestige of automotive history; Featured in The Classic Car, published by the CCCA and edited by celebrated historian Beverly Rae Kimes
One-Off Coachwork by Figoni
1935 Delahaye 135M Competition Drophead Coupe
Current owner, car enthusiast, and past CCCA president, Sally Perkins shares what makes “Dela” so special. Watch the full story behind this 1935 Delahaye 135M Competition Drophead Coupe selling at The Scottsdale Auction on January 26.
• Figoni Car #566 debuted at the 1935 Paris Motor Show
• Figoni et Falaschi’s public auto show premier; accurately presented in their desired visually stunning colors
• 1 of only 4 Delahayes built by Figoni in 1935 and the only known survivor
• Last known Delahaye to be built solely by Figoni before partnering with Falaschi later in the year
• Result of a five-year research and restoration effort including many of the greatest French authorities on Delahaye
• The first Delahaye featuring Figoni’s patented disappearing top
• A faithful testament to accuracy, detail and quality of the restoration
• Exhibited at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
• Certified by Club Delahaye of France; As depicted in the Delahaye Figoni book by Jean-Paul Tissot
Coachwork by Derham and Bohman & Schwartz
1929 Duesenberg Model J Berline
• Twice Certified by the ACD Club; Exceptional integrity with original engine, chassis and body
• Former owners include Fred Buess, Homer Fitterling, Ed Weaver and Richard Burdick
• One of the first Duesenberg Model Js delivered when new
• 1997 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Best in Class winner
• Best in Show winner at Cincinnati and Dayton Concours d’Elegances 2021
1970 Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T
Walkthrough with John Kruse or Brian Souers
Walkthrough with Rod Egan
1939 Packard Darrin ‘Hollywood’ Victoria Convertible
1935 Delahaye 135M Competition Drophead Coupe
Duesenberg Model J Engine J-432
1929 Duesenberg Model J Berline
1932 Chrysler CH Imperial Cabriolet
Walkthrough: 1927 Hudson Series O Roadster and 1934 Hudson Series LU Deluxe 2/4-Passenger Convertible Coupe
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Buyer’s Premium On-site, Telephone or Absentee:
Cars 12% Buyer’s Premium up to $250,000 and 10% thereafter
Memorabilia 21% Buyer’s Premium.*
Buyer’s Premium Online:
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*A 3% Buyer’s Premium discount will be given for cash settlement on memorabilia lots.
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commission as per sale agreement.
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Conditions of Sale. ALL SALES ARE “AS IS, WHERE IS.” BIDDER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTIONS AND VERIFICATION OF CONDITION, AUTHENTICITY, AND COMPLETENESS OF ANY VEHICLE OR LOT PURCHASED. BIDDER/BUYER EXPRESSLY AGREES NOT TO RELY ON ANY DESCRIPTION PRINTED OR SHOWN ONLINE BUT THEIR OWN RESEARCH AND INSPECTION. NO WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, OF ANY TYPE WHATSOEVER ARE MADE BY THE AUCTION COMPANY OR ANY OF THEIR REPRESENTATIVES. FURTHER, NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FOR FITNESS ARE MADE. INFORMATION PRINTED IN BROCHURES, CATALOGUES, SIGNS, WINDOW CARDS, ONLINE, AND VERBAL STATEMENTS MADE BY AUCTIONEERS OR AUCTION STAFF ARE REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY THE SELLER, AND WORLDWIDE AUCTIONEERS HAS NO OBLIGATION TO VERIFY OR AUTHENTICATE ANY SUCH CLAIMS OR REPRESENTATIONS. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY ANNOUNCEMENT, ADVERTISEMENT, STATEMENT, ASSURANCE OR PROMISE BY, OR ON BEHALF OF, WORLDWIDE OR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES, AND NOTWITHSTANDING ANY VERBAL OR WRITTEN CONDITION REPORT PROVIDED BY WORLDWIDE, WORLDWIDE HAS NO OBLIGATION OR RESPONSIBILITY, AND DOES NOT ASSUME ANY OBLIGATION OR RESPONSIBILITY, TO UNDERTAKE AN INSPECTION OF ANY VEHICLE OR LOT PRIOR TO THE AUCTION. BIDDERS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY AND THE RESPONSIBILITY AND ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO RESEARCH THE VEHICLE AND LOTS PRIOR TO THE AUCTION AND CONDUCT THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT INSPECTION AND EXAMINATION OF ANY VEHICLE OR LOT, ACCOMPANYING SPARE PARTS, DOCUMENTATION, RESTORATION RECEIPTS, AND OWNERSHIP DOCUMENTS RELATING TO ANY LOT OR VEHICLE PROVIDED BY THE SELLER TO WORLDWIDE. BIDDERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE TO SATISFY THEMSELVES, PRIOR TO BIDDING, AS TO THE CONDITION OF ANY VEHICLE OR LOT AND ALL MATTERS RELATING TO THE VEHICLE OR LOT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY DESIRED OR NECESSARY REPAIRS, RESTORATION OR MISSING PART(S), YEAR OR AGE, SIZE, SERIAL NUMBER, MAKE, MODEL, OPTIONS, TOOLS, PREVIOUS USE OR OWNERSHIP, PROVENANCE, DOCUMENTS, MANUFACTURING OR RESTORATION PROCESS, DAMAGE, GENUINENESS, ATTRIBUTION, RARITY, OR HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE. WORLDWIDE, NOR THE SELLER, SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY REPAIRS, RESTORATION, REPLACEMENT OF ANY PARTS, OR ANY OTHER MATTER.
BY PARTICIPATING IN THE AUCTION, EACH BIDDER/BUYER EXPRESSLY WAIVES, AND AGREES THAT IT WILL NOT SEEK ANY RECOVERY FROM, OR PURSUE ANY CLAIM AGAINST, WORLDWIDE RELATING TO ANY OF THE FOREGOING, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, FOR REPAIRS, RESTORATION OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS. ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE AT TIME OF SALE SUPERSEDE ANY PREVIOUSLY PRINTED INFORMATION. BUYERS SHOULD NOTE THAT MOTOR VEHICLES LOTS SOLD AT THIS AUCTION ARE INTENDED AS COLLECTOR’S ITEMS AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE TO PROVIDE DAILY TRANSPORTATION AND WORLDWIDE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE AGE, NATURE, AND CONDITION OF ANY MOTOR VEHICLES IN THE AUCTION MAKES IT LIKELY THAT MAJOR COMPONENTS MAY HAVE BEEN MODIFIED, REPLACED, RESTORED OR REPAIRED IN SUCH A MANNER THAT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE AUCTION COMPANY OR ITS REPRESENTATIVES TO INSPECT AND/OR VERIFY THE CONDITION OF ANY LOT TO PROVIDE ANY AUTHENTICITY OF ANY LOT FOR ANY PURPOSE.
Other Terms. Any vehicles or lots in the auction not marked as “Offered Without Reserve” are subject to a minimum bid set by the Seller. When a vehicle or lot is sold subject to such a minimum bid, the Auctioneer may bid on the Seller’s behalf in an amount not to exceed the Seller’s minimum bid. All terms of sale posted on the auction premises, printed in sale brochures or forms, online, publicly announced, or otherwise published are incorporated herein by reference.
This instrument, together with the Bidder’s Registration Form, Clerk Ticket, Purchase Invoice and Bill of Sale, comprise the entire agreement of the parties and shall be binding on them and their respective heirs, personal representatives and assigns. This instrument shall not be modified except in writing, signed by an officer of Worldwide in the auction office or at the auction block. The above instruments constitute a contract between Bidder/Buyer, Seller and Worldwide.
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