Vehicles for Sale

1930 Hupmobile Bonneville Salt Flats Racer

To Be Sold At Auction

Scheduled for August 31, 2018 in Auburn, Indiana by RM Sotheby’s

The “Bonneville Hupp” was originally owned and built by Dr. Norbert Knoch, or “Doc Knoch,” a physician from Denver who typified the racing enthusiasm that took hold in America during the 1930s.

Knock’s pursuit of speed was relentless, so much so that he ended up working with executives and engineers at not only Hupmobile but also Ethyl Gasoline Company, Gambill Motor Company, Kendall Refining, Schwitzer Cummins, Ray Day Piston, and Firestone Tire.

Knock also recruited future racing legends like Bill Kenz to his team, traded racing parts with Babe Stapp, and acted as race physician to David Abbott “Ab” Jenkins on his record-setting runs in 1937.

1936 Pierce Arrow

1936 Pierce Arrow 7-Passenger Sedan

To Be Sold At Auction

Scheduled for August 31, 2018 in Auburn, Indiana by RM Sotheby’s

This 1936 Pierce-Arrow Model 1602 Seven-Passenger Sedan features a 188 horsepower V-12 engine and an incredible 144-inch wheelbase. The car has 63,783 actual miles.

The oldest title record we possess shows that the car was owned by the Houston, Texas landmark Six Flags Astroworld in 1974. We believe it may have part of the Hofheinz Collection.

1936 was the last year Pierce would redesign its line-up. An overdrive transmission and vacuum-boosted brakes became standard equipment in 1936 and the 1936-1938 cars have a distinctive arrangement of four headlights.  This Pierce also sports a set of Pierce-Arrow-branded Trippe driving lights.

Recently Sold

1915 Saxon

SOLD

Two years of work and a lifetime of expertise went into the complete, body-off restoration of this car.

1930 Graham 2nd Series Special Eight

SOLD

One of only 10 Coach-Built 1930 Graham Limos. Features a Lycoming Straight-Eight Engine.

1934 Nash Advanced 8

SOLD

This singular example of the art deco school was designed by Count Alexis de Sakhnoffski and was limited to Nash’s 1934 production year. This is one of the rarest Nash’s in the world.

1941 Graham Custom Hollywood

SOLD

This two-toned silver and blue Graham Hollywood had a complete concours restoration and won First Place, Best of Show, and People’s Choice at the Graham Nationals.

To inquire about any of our classic parts or automobiles, please contact:
Cord Blomquist
202-615-0600
cord.blomquist@gmail.com