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Dudes! Time to pull your old stone-washed jean jacket out of the closet, grab your Bon Jovi cassettes and head on down to Spring Carlisle in time to watch Auctions America by RM run this third-gen 1983 Chevy Camaro convertible across their auction block at the Carlisle Expo Center (across the street from Gate 3 by a block and a half). Although the Spring Carlisle swap meet opens on April 27, the auction runs from April 28-30; lots begin crossing the block at three in the afternoon (four on Saturday). As for this Camaro, it is one of the GM-authorized convertible conversions accomplished by Autoform; the seller claims one repaint and an odometer reading of 50,000 miles.
With the spring sale expanded this year to three days, there’s bound to be something for everyone’s taste. A quick scan through their early online catalog revealed an ample number of trucks, including the 1976 Ford F100 (pictured below), listed as containing a 302-cu.in. V-8 engine and an automatic transmission that pushed the truck to just – get this – 1,200 claimed miles; it’s also touted as being in completely original condition. For those who prefer something a little more vintage, there’s a 1923 Cadillac (Type 61 Victoria, by the looks of it), which the seller claims to be in original condition and one of two extant. For those who yearn for European flair, we also discovered a 1974 Maserati Merak; details were lacking at post time.
We’ll be in town to cover all the action – look for coverage in upcoming issues of Hemmings Motor News, Hemmings Muscle Machines and Hemmings Sports and Exotic Car.