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Movie Cars For Sale

Leake Offers Hollywood Exiles in November

Leake Auctions - October 11, 2011 08:00 AM

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Leake Auction Company will sell three vehicles featured in two different blockbuster movies. The cars will be sold during their annual Dallas car auction, November 18-20. They include the 1930 Ford Hot Rod that was driven in the opening scenes of Harrison Ford’s epic return to Indiana Jones franchise, as well as the 1973 Ford Torino driven by Fenix and the 1963 Chevrolet custom fuel heist truck that was driven by Han Seoul-Oh, both in Fast & Furious 4. All three cars will sell at no reserve.
The 1930 Ford Hot Rod utilizes parts from various early model Ford products.  In addition to owning a piece of movie history, the high bidder will receive an exclusive film crew only sweatshirt, movie poster and DVD.
Nine Torinos were built for the Fast & Furious 4 movie. This is the only one known to survive. The winning bidder on the Torino will receive an autographed movie poster, memorabilia from the set and a DVD of the movie.
The Chevrolet custom fuel truck features a custom frame built from massive steel box section tubing. The rear suspension is a giant ladder bar setup with airbags.  Power comes from a massive 502 CI GM crate V-8.  There is no odometer. The high bidder of the fuel heist truck will receive a movie banner, movie memorabilia and a DVD of the movie.
Other notable movie cars on the block include a 1999 Ford Crown Victoria that appeared in the movie Taxi with Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon. The winning bidder on this car will also receive a movie script signed by Queen Latifah and promotional movie display board. The auction will also feature a 1948 Hudson Commodore Sedan from the movie Driving Miss Daisy. Optional equipment includes exterior metal sun visor, front bumper mounted grill guard, full fender skirts, radio, heater and wide whitewalls. All mechanical components have been well maintained.
For a complete list of vehicles consigned to this auction, visit www.leakecar.com.

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