Hit the Ground Running

Broad Arrow Auctions hit the ground running with their inaugural event at Monterey Car Week and made an astonishing splash. Held at the Monterey Jet Center, the event wowed everyone who attended with exceptionally well-curated vehicles and memorabilia on offer. People are looking forward to their next sale, which is scheduled for October 14-15, 2022.

To be held in Gloversville, New York, near Albany, the Jim Taylor Collection brings around 120 cars and trucks and over 500 pieces of memorabilia to the table. A single-owner offering, the entire collection is a little mind blowing and ranges from Fords and Ferraris to Allards and Aston Martins to Buicks and Cadillacs and a whole lot more, plus, neons and porcelains and tins and so on from various manufacturers and genres. It’s not one to be missed – take a look at some of the lots coming on offer below. See all the lots here. 

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Preview – See lots here

Sale – Oct.14-15, 2022

Location – Gloversville, NY (short distance from Albany, NY)

Phone – 313-312-0780

Bidding – Onsite, Phone, Absentee, Online


Featured Lots – Friday

Lot - 1958 AC Ace-Bristol   Lot – 1958 AC Ace-Bristol

An inspiring car if ever there was one, the AC Ace largely put the AC company on the map. Powered by various engines, the Ace-Bristol would use the overhead valve, hemi-head inline 6-cylinder used in the large, luxurious Bristol. The engine was technical and sophisticated for the day, and very capable of moving the Ace swiftly down the road. Of course, the AC Ace would be the foundation for Carroll Shelby’s Cobra, an early example of which is also coming available at this sale.


 

Lot - Featured Memorabilia   Lot – Featured Memorabilia

An exciting gathering of memorabilia will also be on offer through the Jim Taylor Collection. We’ll be bringing more information about these lots in a coming newsletter.


 

Lot - 2003 Aston Martin DB AR1 Zagato   Lot – 2003 Aston Martin DB AR1 Zagato

Only 99 AR1s were produced to fill the void left by the 2003 DB7 Zagato coupe that was never offered for sale in the American market. The American Roadster 1 featured a beautifully restyled body that reminded of bygone Aston Martin GTs. A 6.0L V-12 engine delivered spectacular performance while passengers were coddled in scrumptious surroundings with an arsenal of modern accoutrements.


 

Lot - 1966 Volkswagen Type 2 21-Window Deluxe Bus   Lot – 1966 Volkswagen Type 2 21-Window Deluxe Bus

It’s amazing how a foreign vehicle can become such a major piece of the American automotive landscape. Such is the case with early VWs. Iconic, this 1966 21-Window VW Bus has been restored to an exceptionally high standard, with stunning panel fitment, proper hardware and plating throughout, and a bevy of correct components such as the VW-badged seatbelts and more. Also, the story that accompanies this VW is terrific.


 

Lot - 1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3.5-Litre Roadster   Lot – 1938 SS 100 Jaguar 3.5-Litre Roadster

With an astonishingly detailed history, this Swallow Sidecar recounts its’ history as having been first sold in London and finding its way to the United States in 1958. With a slight succession of owners, their notes lend insight to their thinking for the car from way back when. A rare vehicle indeed, it’s likely also a fun car to drive and share with others.


 

Lot - 1954 Cunningham C3 Coupe   Lot – 1954 Cunningham C3 Coupe

Cunningham cars have an exceptional racing history including Le Mans among many others. Their styling turned heads while their Cadillac and Chrysler engines set records. This C3 Coupe is no. 5442, the second-to-last coupe built. Interestingly, it rides on an unused chassis designated 5213. With a unique ownership history, it was restored by Jim Taylor and took its class at the Amelia Island Concours among other wins.


 


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