|Russo and Steele, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a auctioneer of very fine automobiles.
They manage auctions in Arizona, South Florida and Monterey.
We're not talking about your 5 year old GM.
The vehicles they auction are VERY rare cars indeed.
Some of the vehicle slated for upcoming auctions are listed below.
Nicholas Cage's 1970 Hemi 'Cuda.
This is #128 in a run of 284 Hemi 'Cudas.
This Hemi has a completely rebuilt motor and tranny. The motor is a 426 Hemi.
4-speed, pistol grip shifter and a Shaker hood.
And speaking of "Gone in 60 Seconds"....
Here's a 1968 inspired Ford Mustang nicknamed "Eleanor's Worst Nightmare" by Mustang Magazine in their April 2008 issue.
This is a hand-made, pre-production prototype fashioned by Nemesis Motorsport that was shown at the 2007 SEMA Show.
Nemesis will be selling kits of this beast.
This prototype boasts 1000hp!
A Chip Foose Inspired 1937 Studeba Convertible.
Terry Cook of Long Valley, NJ was inspired by Chip Foose's sketchwork of Auburn Boat-Tail Speedsters.
Mr. Cook had Superior Customs Classics of Hudson, FL (that's just up the road from us!) construct this and two other speedsters.
Two of these speedsters were sold at the Pebble Beach Auctions for over $100K each!
These customs start with a 1998 Corvette, which was stripped and mated to a 1937 Studebaker frame.
This Speedster has a 346 cubic inch, 345hp Corvette LSI engine paired with a 4 speed Corvette transmission.
In fact most of the "guts" of this vehicle are Corvette.
A 1991 Ferrrari F40
Thi is just one of 1300 F40's made by Ferrari. And it was the last Ferrari supercar made will Enzo Ferrari was still alive.
As the saying goes, if you have to ask how much they cost....you can't afford them!
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