Counting down to the unique sale of the Lambrecht Chevrolet collection? Here is a compete list of auction lots in the Lambrecht collection with complete descriptions.
Hundreds of Chevys plus nearly 50 vehicles with odometers registering between 1 and 50 miles and still on the manufacturer’s statement of origin (MSO, the document included from a new car dealer), will be offered Sept. 28 by VanDerBrink Auctions in Pierce, Neb.
Yvette VanDerBrink, owner of VanDerBrink Auctions, stressed, “The fact that these are survivor cars and trucks makes this sale unique.” Among the low-mile original Chevys to be auctioned are a: 1965 Impala hardtop equipped with the 396-cid V-8 and factory air conditioning with 10 miles; ’58 Apache pickup with 5 miles; ’64 Bel Air station wagon with 326 miles; ’78 Corvette coupe Indianapolis 500 Indy Pace Car (without decals applied) with 4 miles; ’65 Impala hardtop powered by the 396-cid V-8 with 12 miles; and a ’59 Bel Air four-door hardtop with 2 miles. VanDerBrink added, “This is a true time capsule; a piece of automotive history.”
The auction will also feature the sale of new-old-stock Chevrolet parts as well as Chevy memorabilia such as literature, signs and dealership point-of-sale items.
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